Few days back, we posted about a smartphone which can beat each and every device in the market, it was Turing Phone Cadenza. But we were wrong, their is another smartphone from same company which beats Turing Phone Cadenza in every aspects.
The Smartphone is Turing Monolith Chaconne, this imaginative next generation phone is not only the successor to the yet to launch Cadenza, it is even more far-fetched.
The Turing Monolith Chaconne will have 3 Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 Chipsets. The company has kept the same optics with a 60 MP and a 20 MP combination, made the display larger at 6.4 inch on a 4K 3840 x 2160 px resolution, and the RAM and Storage both get a memory boost. 18 GB of RAM and upto 1.2 TB of onboard using a mix of 2 NAND flash chips and 2 memory card slots.
The Turing Monolith Chaconne will feature a slide out flat backlit physical keyboard, because we need those with our giant phones.
The company wants to power this successor of the yet to launch Cadenza with a 3600 mAh Graphene Superconductor power cell battery mated with a 2400 mAh li-on battery and a Hydrogen Fuel Cell. The battery setup will deliver a total of 120 wh of juice a big 20 wh more then the Cadenza.
The Turing Monolith Chaconne will be launched in 2018 according to the company, and will work on 4G and VoLTE. Apparently, we will not have 5G networks by 2018.
Turing has also kept similar on the OS, with the phone running Swordfish OS, which boasts a deep learning AI, and is based on the Sailfish OS. Oh, and you still get a Graphene Oxide Composite frame with a Liquid metal structure.
Sure, Turing had a great specification idea for a phone, and they laid it out with the Cadenza. And sure, a lot of people actually found hope in a revolutionary new battery solution offered by the triple battery system. But, they might have overstretched their expectation muscle here, and we all know what happens when you overstretch. It is sounding more like hokum now.
Also, tablets will be made from chocolate by the year 2020 and will support VoLTE.
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