Turing Phone Cadenza To Feature Dual Snapdragon 830 Chip
Turing Robotics Industries has recently revealed their plans for the future of their Turing Phone as part of the ‘The Outer Blueprint’ program which will supposedly be a “leading edge program to realize the next generation of mobile devices”
The plans were laid out by TRI CEO and Chief Architect, Steve Chao in an email newsletter alongside specifications of one of their upcoming smartphones.
Probably the first smartphone under The Outer Blueprint umbrella, Turing Phone Cadenza seems like something no other smartphone manufacturer has probably even dreamed of yet, for practical reasons of course.
TRI has always talked a big game when it comes to their smartphones and always under delivered as well, like their recently released Turing Phone which was originally supposed to be Android based but ended up being on Sailfish OS.
Given Turing Robotics Industries’ history, it’s no surprise that people will be skeptical about Cadenza which according to the newsletter will have following specifications:
• 5.8-inch display with Quad HD (2560×1440) resolution
• Dual Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 SoCs
• 12GB RAM (6GB LPDDR4X x 2)
• 512GB onboard storage + two microSD card slots (up to 256GB each)
• 60MP “quad rear camera” with “Triplet Lens / T1.2” and “iMAX 6K”
• 20MP “dual front camera”
• 1Gbps/60GHz WiGig support
• “Advanced AI Voice-Authenticated Power On/Off”
• 2400mAh Graphene Supercapacitor Battery + 1600mAh Li-Ion Hydrogen Fuelcell (!)
• Graphene Oxide composite bodywork with Liquid Metal 2.0 Structural Frame
• Quad Nano-SIM support
• Qualcomm Bluetooth aptX audio
• Marshall London Global Equalizer
The phone will be running the Swordfish OS, a different flavor/spin-off of Sailfish which TRI claims will have deep learning AI capabilities such as Convolutional Neural Network.
Steve also said:
TRI is able to pivot efficiently and create something as extraordinary as the Turing Phone Cadenza. It is our belief that we can disrupt the status quo by bringing the Turing Phone Cadenza from the future to the present.
Turing Phone Cadenza is expected to ship sometime in 2017 but considering how their previous device was delayed multiple times, the new one might follow the same path.
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