Talking about Turing Phone, claimed to be a more secured smartphone that can’t be hacked, breaked and even it is safe with water, because it is said to be a waterproof certified hardawre. How is that? What actually it becomes so secured? Can be checked right after this break.
Detailed! The Android powered Turing Phone will be available for pre-order later this month, and which is suggests – it combines an unique, liquid metal chassis with a hardline foscus on security. Nevertheless, it makes the Turing Phone unhackable, unbreakable and waterproofed.
Engineers have developed an ultimate smartphone that is unhackable and built from a special metal that is stronger than the current Titanium and steel metal, supposedly making its unbreakable. The smartphone’s end-to-end encryption is built into most of the core apps on the phone. It was similarly focused on total encryption and security, but ran a custom operating system based on Android and ultimately failed to gain much traction.
The Turing Phone is still in the prototype stage, but it looks and feels like something from the futuristic generation. With 2.5GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, the Turing Phone carries a 5.5-inch (1920×1080) FullHD display, which is far beyond from the comparisons to flagship devices like the 5.1-inch Galaxy S6 or the 5.5-inch LG G4. And the phone is heavier than the Google’s Nexus 6 but not that heavy, and is far easier to slip into your pocket.
The SIM card slot sits at the left side of the device is the only real point of entry for dirt or grime, as there are no other holes on the phone. It packs a non-removable 3000mAh battery, it charges by way of the “Wallaby Magstream” magnetic power cable that looks curiously like an Apple MagSafe 2 plug.
The Turing Phone’s frame is made up of the liquid-metal alloy that the company is calling “liquidmorphium.” It’s an amorphous alloy of zirconium, copper, aluminum, nickel and silver that’s supposedly stronger than steel, but cheaper and more efficient to produce than titanium. The liquid metal frame is also something of a fingerprint magnet. The fingerprint reader on the left side of the phone, in a perfect spot for your thumb.
The back of the Turing Phone is made of a tough plastic, and flaunts the near-field-communication (NFC) chip. With few color options, the Turing Phone will be on sale, available in: the Beowulf model offers blue accents, and its plastic back is textured to look like a serpent’s skin; the Pharaoh model offers gold accents. Bit partial to Cardinal, a simple red-and-white affair that would look at home in Neo Tokyo, or some other cyberpunk setting.
The phone is also using “Binnacle Ocean Master” nano-coating technology to waterproof their device. The naming scheme gives me pause, but hydrophobic nano-coating is nothing new. But the tedhnology goes beyond weather-sealing and the phone has an IPX8 rating, and Turing claims that the handset has been left underwater for up to 24 hours without any issue.
The Turing Phone is secured, and it all resolves around the Turing Imitation Key, which it attempts to constrain public-key cryptography onto the phone. Simple to understand: a “public key matrix” is paired with your private key, and both remain on your phone, offline.
Turing Phone Specifications – Full Set
It include a 5.5-inch full-HD (1080×1920 pixel) display; 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 SoC; 3GB of RAM; 16/32/64GB storage models; a 13-megapixel rear camera with dual-LED flash; an 8-megapixel front-facing camera; 4G LTE, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.0 LE; NFC; GPS/ Glonass; and a non-removable 3000mAh battery. Sensors include fingerprint, accelerometer, gryoscope, magnetometer, proximity, ambient light, temperature, and humidity. It runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop with Turing Aemaeth UI, and comes in three colour variants – Pharaoh, Cardinal, and Beowulf.
The Turing Phone will start shipping this year, and it’ll be available for pre-order starting July 31. Only 10,000 units limited for sale. In three different capacities at three price points: thw 16GB model that will sell for $610 (£391, AU$798); a 64GB version that will sell for $740 (£474, AU$969); and the 128GB model, which will cost $870 (£580 and AU$1,120).
Deal: Turing Robotic Industries is offering a “bonus accessories package” to those folks who preorder which will include a mobile Bluetooth keyboard, earphones, a Bluetooth headset and a mobile gaming controller.