Turing Phone, with a body stronger than titanium, not a smartphone like the others. Withstands everything, even hackers and looks like Iron Man's phone.
Turing Phone, from the body stronger than titanium, not a smartphone like the others. Withstands everything, even hackers and looks like Iron Man's phone.Syl Chao, CEO of Turing Robotics Industries, explained how this futuristic industrial design phone is the evolution of the smartphone thanks to its ability to protect networks and keep private communications. The device was designed to be non-hackable, to meet the needs of the post-Snowden world. It is distinguished from other phones also by its design: it sacrifices curves and thin thickness in favor of square corners and slightly inclined edges. What makes it special is the material from which the body is made, a particular amorphous alloy of liquid metal known as Liquidmorphium, light but more resistant than titanium and steel. The operating system that uses Android 5.0 Lollipop and was also created an app from the 3D effects to illustrate its potential. But what makes the device different from all others is its security. Users will be able to send sensitive information through an encrypted network, without any data being stored on third-party networks. The information is encrypted with a private key and each unique key. Also for security reasons, the device without a headphone jack and the micro USB output has been replaced by a proprietary magnetic cable, to be used to recharge the battery. To listen to music just use bluetooth headphones. The heart of the device is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 2.5 GHz processor supported by 3 GB of RAM; the internal memory of 16, 64 or 128 GB, the 13 Megapixel rear camera (8 MP front) while the battery has a capacity of 3,300 mAh. Pre-orders start on July 31 and three models will be available: 16GB ( $ 610), 64GB ($ 740) and 128GB ($ 870). The first 10,000 will have extra items in gifts: a Bluetooth headset, a Bluetooth micro controller and a wireless keyboard.