Turing Cadenza and Monolith Chaconne are heavily specced futuristic smartphones

Turing Robotics Industries (TRI) has revealed plans for two of its upcoming phones that will pack unbelievable, crazy, but powerful innards that we have never heard of before. Dubbed Cadenza and Monolith Chaconne, the phones are part of Turing's "The Outer Blueprint" program, and the specs will blow your mind.

First up the Turing Phone Cadenza will have a 5.8-inch QHD (2560 x 1440 pixels) display and powered by not one, but two Snapdragon 830 processor. It will pack 12GB RAM (2 x 6GB RAM modules) and house a total of 1TB storage (2 x 256 on-board storage + 500GB expandable via microSD card).

For photography, it is expected to come with 60MP iMAX 6K rear camera and 20MP dual front cameras. It will have four SIM slots and fueled by 100Wh battery with Graphene and Hydrogen fuel cells.

Next up the Monolith Chaconne specs gets even more crazier. The phone will have 6.4-inch 4K display, 3 x Snapdragon 830 processor, 18GB RAM (3 x 6GB RAM modules), 1.2TB total storage (3 x 256GB on-board storage + 512GB expandable storage via 2 x microSD card slots).

It has the same 60MP iMax 6K rear camera and dual 20MP front facing camera as Candenza. It will also have 4 x SIM slots but backed a bigger 120Wh battery. Other features of the phone include slide-out keyboard, AR with parellel tracking and mapping, WiGig and a functionality called A.L.A.N, which will be explained soon by Turing.

Both phone runs Swordfish OS, an unannounced version of Sailfish OS, and the main focus will be Artificial Intelligence (A.I). The phone features 'VoiceOn' technology, which will turn the phone on and off via voice commands. Voice will also used for biometric authentication, as against fingerprint or retina scanning.

Design-wise both phones will have a lightweight body made out of Graphene Oxide Composite frame with a Liquid metal structure and high temperature alloy components.

Turing says that it plans to release the Cadenza in 2017, while the Monolith Chaconne expected release is in 2018. The R&D for these phones is being done in Salo, Finland, and the company will start building prototypes in the coming months.

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Kaiser Bey
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Turing Cadenza and Monolith Chaconne are heavily specced futuristic smartphones Turing Cadenza and Monolith Chaconne are heavily specced futuristic
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