Turing Robotic Industries is a San Francisco based company that builds mobile technology. The company has announced a phone named Cadenza that seems too good to be true. The company was in news from quite some time for its much delayed turing phone. Now the CEO of the company, Steve Chao has announced the Turning phone Cadenza, that is expected to release in 2017. The phone is seen as a part of the program to integrate artificial intelligence into smartphones. Let us take a look at the unbelievable specifications of the phone.
The Turning phone cadenza has an amazing design with a build quality that seems pretty strong. It has a graphene oxide body with liquid metal 2.0 structural frame. It features a 5.8 inch QHD display with a screen resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels. It is powered by a “two” Snapdragon 830 processors coupled with 12 GB of DDR4X RAM and 512 GB of internal storage which is expandable upto another 512 GB via two microSD card slots. It runs on Swordfish OS with deep learning AI, and it is based on the Sailfish OS.
Talking about the camera, it is equipped with a 60 MP primary camera with quad camera sensors and triplet lens. On the front it has a 20 MP shooter with dual 10MP sensor setup. The phone will support four nano SIM’s with 4g VoLTE.
The audio is delivered by Marshall London Global Equaliser. This mighty smartphone will be backed by triple power source with a 2400 Graphene power cell battery, a 1600 mAh li-ion battery and a Hydrogen Fuel Cell that will deliver an output of 100 wh.
The phone is expected to release in 2017 but the details about price of the phone is not yet disclosed. Overall the phone seems more fictional that real.