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Friday, September 2, 2016

Turing Cadenza CRAZY Specs And Features: 12GB RAM, 60MP Camera, 1TB Storage,Tri Power Source!!!

According to a report by AndroidPoliceTuring Robotics Industries (TRI) has announced a smartphone i.e the "Turing Phone Cadenza"
Judging from the mind boggling specs and features this device reportedly carries, it is definitely going to be the world's best smartphone - it is essentially like a fantasy smartphone device!!!
The "Turing Phone Cadenza" is powered by not just one but a crazy 2 of the rumoured Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 chipsets and is supported by dual 6GB RAM modules (amounting to a sickening
12GB RAM).

Wowed yet?
The Turing Phone Cadenza carries a 60 megapixels back camera and a 20 megapixels selfie shooter. 
And as if that isn't enough camera specs for a device, there are dual (2) front cameras!!! 
Have you hit the "WTF?" moment yet?
This already mind blowing device carries 1TB internal storage with dual 256Gb memory chips for on board memory as well as an additional 500GB expandaple through micro-SD card slots (what for?). 
The "Turing Phone Cadenza" comes packing 3 power sources: a 2400 mAh graphene supercapacitor battery, a 1600 mAh lithium ion battery, and a hydrogen fuel cell (Information on if it is removeable or not is not yet available).
The device supports four nano sim cards (of course), two of which can be used for expanding the storage, because...(because of because - for the hell of it!)
Turing Cadenza specs and features
"Turing Phone Cadenza" will reportedly run on the Swordfish OS (which looks to be some form of a fork of the Linux based Sailfish OS)
The Swordfish OS features some advanced AI based embedded features which includes a memory network and a neural network. 
A natural language processing is also built into the Cadenza, while users can switch the device off and on using voice commands via a new technology i.e VoiceOn.
Voice can also be used for bio-metric authentication instead of usual retina scanners or fingerprint scanners present in these days smartphones (because the Cadenza is super-awesome like that).
There is also the “Advanced AI Voice”, which is expected to be a voice based intelligent assistant.
The Cadenza's body is made up of liquid metal (Apple uses this to make the sim card ejector tools) and the durable Graphene Oxide. 
While the Turing Cadenza is pretty much looking like a fantasy device, it is not.
It is not a "production idea' either as Turing plans to start shipping the Cadenza next year (2017). However, until then, I remain skeptical.
What do you think?
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