Turing Phone announced Cadenza with 12GB RAM and 2 Snapdragon 830s

Turing Robotics Industries announced the Turing Phone Cadenza in a mailing list, and on paper, it is easily the best smartphone in the world.

Turing Robotics Industries (TRI) announced the Turing Phone Cadenza in a mailing list, according to a report in AndroidPolice. On paper, it is easily the best smartphone in the world. The phone is powered by not one but two of the rumoured Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 chipsets, supported by 2 6GB RAM modules, giving the phone a total of 12GB RAM. The rear camera is 60 megapixels, and the front camera is 20 megapixels. Perhaps to compensate for the lower megapixel count on the selfie shooter, there are two front cameras included.


The phone offers 1TB of storage with two 256Gb memory chips for on board memory, and an additional 500GB available through micro-SD card slots. There is a 2400 mAh graphene supercapacitor battery, a 1600 mAh lithium ion battery, and a hydrogen fuel cell. Yes, the phone has three power sources, there is no information yet if the batteries are removable. The phone supports four nano sim cards, two of which can be used for expanding the storage, because, why not?


The phone will run on the Swordfish OS, which seems to be some kind of a fork of the Linux based Sailfish OS. The OS promises some advanced AI based embedded features, including a memory network and a neural network. There will be natural language processing built into the phone. There is something called "VoiceOn" technology, which seems to be able to turn your phone on and off with voice commands. Voice can also be used for bio-metric authentication, as against a retina scanner or a fingerprint scanner, which are used by any peasant. There is also "Advanced AI Voice", which could potentially mean a voice based intelligent assistant.

We are wondering if there is enough space to fit all of this into one phone. The body is made up of liquid metal, used by Apple to make the sim card ejector tools, and and the durable Graphene Oxide. The phone is not a concept device, and the company plans to start shipping the devices in 2017. Previously announced phones by TRI have faced repeated delays, according to AndroidPolice, so this could just be the high end brother of the Freedom 251. AndroidHeadlines explores the possibility that this phone is a bit of a joke because the specifications seems to be just a wishlist of everything that people want in a phone.

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