- Swordfish OS
- Quad Core Processor
- 12 GB RAM
- 5.8 Inches
- 2K Display
- 60 MP Rear camera
- 20 MP Front Camera
- 3G and 4G
- Dual SIM
- 2400 mAh battery
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Turing Phone Cadenza: Next-Gen Smartphone with Dual Chipsets and a Massive Camera Unit
We finally have some information about an upcoming smartphone from TRI or Turing Robotics Industries. This device boasts of some crazy specifications besides offering higher levels of engineering innovation. Main highlights include a massive chunk of RAM, Dual processors and brilliant shooters at least on paper. Here is a detailed analysis of the existing specs sheet:
Turing Phone Cadenza is a smartphone from the future offering VoiceOn technology for high-end operations. Apart from that we get better levels of biometric authentication including fingerprint sensing or retina scanning.
In terms of connectivity, this handset has 4 SIM slots followed by the WiGig technology. Qualcomm’s aptX is supported for Bluetooth compatibility.
In terms of aesthetics, we get a structured chassis that is made up of graphene oxide. Liquid metal 2.0 forms the structural frame while the design supports lightweight materials even with a massive conglomerate of features on-board.
The screen size at 5.80-Inch is still underwhelming as compared to rest of the specs sheet. Moreover, QHD resolution at 2560x1440 pixels is certainly not futuristic. We also aren’t exactly sure about the Swordfish OS even when it is supposed to pack in features related to artificial intelligence.
Unique Selling Points
Turing Phone Cadenza offers several high-end deals, including two Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 processors each working with 6 gigs of RAM. In totality, we get 12GB of RAM followed by 1TB of overall storage including 256GB on-board and 500GB expandable.
In terms of imagery, TRI throws in a 60MP rear shooter with triple lens followed by two 20MP front snappers. There is a 100Wh battery module on display comprising of hydrogen fuel and graphene cells.