Turing continues to announce its concept phones with specs that are unbelievable even on paper. The latest in its list of outrageously specced phones is the Monolith Chaconne – a phone with not one, not two but three Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 processors, a whopping 18 GB RAM and 1.2 TB storage.

Turing Robotics Industries had announced a phone called Cadenza not so long ago with two Snapdragon 830 processors, 12 GB RAM (2 6 GB LPDDR4X modules), 1 TB storage and a whopping 60 MP main camera and a 20 MP dual front camera.

Turing Monolith Chaconne SpecsTuring Monolith Chaconne

Turing released the specs of the Monolith Chaconne – its latest concept phone will come with 6.4 inch display with 4K resolution – 3840 x 2160 pixels, resulting in a pixel density of ~688 PPI. The RAM is increased by 50% – from 12 GB in the Cadenza, you get 18 GB in the Chaconne, in a 3 6 GB module arrangement. The phone will also come with 1.2 TB storage – 3 x 256 GB SSDs and the rest filled with 2 microSD cards up to 256 GB each.

If that hasn’t shocked you a little already, you also get a 60 MP camera on the back with support for recording up to 6K iMax resolution. On the front, you get a dual camera with up to 20 MP resolution.

The Monolith Chaconne will also be the second phone to come with WiGig support – second only to the Turing Phone Cadenza. It will support Gigabit Wireless connections on a 60 GHz frequency. The Chaconne will also come with support for 4 nano SIM cards, with each slot supporting 4G VoLTE.

Coming to what will run this monster specced phone – the phone will be running Swordfish OS, based on Sailfish OS. The OS will come with a deep learning AI, running Convolutional Neural Network, Natural Language Processing, Long Short-term Memory Network and other features.

The phone will be powered by a 120 wh battery. Given the fact that it is going to power 3 Snapdragon 830 processors, a 4K resolution display, 18 GB RAM, 1.2 TB storage and a bunch of other things, the Chaconne will need all the power it can get. The phone is scheduled to be released in 2018.

This is not a work of fiction. Not from us anyway.

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