The turing phone!


A smartphone manufacturers called Turing robotics gave made a phone called the Turing phone. It's no breaking news but if you haven't heard of it, I'm here to break it to you. They claim it to be hack proof and unbreakable. There is no way that you could hack or break this phone, ever. So why not have a look at it?!

This is a heavy chunky piece of metal. It's made out of liquidmorphium metal. It's really strong and will likely shatter the ground of it slips from your hands. It has no home buttons or headphone jacks it even a USB port. It has removed them to ensure total security by eliminating all potential weaknesses. Fortunately we still have WiFi. The power button and volume rocker are on the right side. There's a fingerprint reader on the left side of the phone. Even this uses some kind of double layer encryption for protection against spoof fingerprints. It's 9 mm thick body provides enough area to hold on to.

These are the specs:
  • A 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 801 CPU
  • 3 GB DDR4 RAM
  • 16 GB storage, non expandable ( it's not for playing candy crush you know)
  • 13mp rear camera
  • A 5.5' 1080p IPS LCD display
  • 3000 mAh non removable battery
  • Android 5.1 with Turing Aemaeth skin on top

The skin on top of the OS is totally mind boggling. It's like nothing I've ever seen. The UI navigation are different. The animations are cool and the whole phone is a star trek style, futuristic kind of a device. I really loved the look of the software. It has secure features like it's own personal maintenance system and vault, to lock your applications and stuff. It's all pretty well made, I have to say.

The phone doesn't have USB port like I said, it uses their own proprietary connector for charging. There is no option for data transfer between a rear PC. You need their own special software suite to even detect your phone. You really are getting one helluva smartphone. It's unbreakable too. It was run over by a steam roller and only the screen shattered. The entire phone had only minor scratches and that's it! The 'liquid metal' hype is actually legit!




I'm not sure whom to recommend this phone. But if you're into those added layers of sacurity features, you can buy this guy for 40,000 INR or about $600.


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