Turing Robotics Industries has announced two new smartphones with unbelievable specifications. Famous for creating ultra secure and unbreakable phones, the company will take the smartphone world by a storm if the plan goes forward as proposed. Turing has always tried to remain well ahead of times emulating company’s tagline ‘The future awaits’.

The 2 proposed beasts are named as Turing Phone Cadenza and Monolith Chaconne. The specs will really drive you crazy by the time you finish reading this article.


Cadenza is powered by a massive 12GB(6 X 2) RAM and runs on dual Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 processors with 16 Kryo cores. If that doesn’t left your jaw wide open Chaconne is fitted with even larger a 18GB(6 X 3) RAM alongside triple Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 processors with 24 Kryo cores.


Cadenza has 500GB (256 X 2) of on-board storage which is further expandable upto 500GB via 2 micorSD cards of 250GB each. Cumulative memory thus comes out to be 1TB. On the other hand, Chaconne has 748GB (256 X 3) of inbuilt storage and can support 2 microSD cards of 256GB each.So, the total memory stands at 1.2TB.


Turing Phone Cadenza features a 5.8 inch QuadHD (2560 X 1440) IPS LCD display whereas Turing Monolith Chaconne features an even bigger 6.4 inch 4K resolution (3840 X 2160) IPS LCD display.


Cadenza as well as Chaconne both will pack a 60MP iMAX quad rear camera with triple lenses. Alongside will be a 20MP dual front camera. The rear camera would be capable of recording 6K resolution videos.


Both the phones will run on triple power source or simply saying a pack of three batteries.

Cadenza will be powered by a 2400mAH Graphene, a 1600mAH Li-on and a hydrogen fuel cell whereas Chaconne will be powered by a 3600mAH Graphene, a 2400mAH Li-on and a hydrogen fuel cell.


Both the devices have 4 nano SIM cards slot with 4G compatibility.


The Turings will run on Swordfish Os which is said to have deep learning Artificial Intelligence features.

Having read that you can just hope for Turing to live up to the expectations by delivering what they have promised. Although the specs may look insane now, the possibility of producing these next generation mobiles in a year or two cannot be ruled out.

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