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Turing Phone

Submitted by Brecht Theys on Sat, 04/25/2015 - 22:09

I was reading up on some of the latest tech when I came across this amazing thing.
It is called the "Turing Phone" and you'll be amazed once you read up on it.

The Turing phone is a 5,5 inch 1080p HD smartphone. Equiped with the latest
smartphone technology, such as the amazingly fast 2,5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor.
You might this phone is already "OP" (as the kids say these days), but this is just the tip of the
iceberg. Most modern smartphones have at least 1GB of memory, some of them, the more expensive ones, have 2GB of memory.
But the Turing Phone even tops that, it has an astonishing 3GB of RAM. Which basically means you can run every single app in existence! Getting apps won't be difficult either, since the phone will be running Android 5.0.
The phone either has 64GB or 128GB or storage, which is more than enough to store the pictures you can take with its 13 megapixel rear- and 8 megapixel front camera.
The only limiting factor I can see this phone might have, is the 3000 mAh battery.

Now, if this was the only "cool" thing about the phone, then it wouldn't really be that special.
Since the OPO (One plus One) is way cheaper and can almost do all the same things this phone can do.
But this isn't the only cool thing about the phone. The phone is actually some sort of a "portable vault".
Data stored on the phone can not be accessed by hackers. So if you're the CEO of a major corporation that has
very important files on your phone, this is the phone for you. The phone does this by encrypting the data locally, on the phone itself.
Knowing that these days, hackers can enter your phone from a laptop in their car, this is becoming a must.
The only downside of this amazing feature is that only transfer encrypted data to other people using the same exact phone. Which is kind of pity.

Not only does the phone have a slick looking design, it is also made out of an entire new alloy. Turing Robotic Industries has developed
and material called "liquidmorphium". The material allegedly is more durable and even stronger than titanium. So dropping this phone on a concrete phone, should
not damage the casing.

The phone is set to be released in late August. The 64GB version will cost around $760 while the 128GB will cost somewhere around $870.
I've been told there is a 16GB version currently being developed, buy a price hasn't been released yet.
But what I do know for sure, is that we here at BHT, can't wait to get our hands on one to test it out.

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