Turing Industries Limited, which is yet to launch a single Smartphone, has today redefined crazy with Turing Monolith Chaconne – A phone with even more outrageous and absurd specs than the Turing Phone Cadenza which we talked about a couple of days back.
Also Read: Do We Really Need a Turing Phone Cadenza?
Qualcomm is yet to mention the Snapdragon 830, but Turing’s new phone will be using not one, not two BUT three of these nonetheless mated with 18GB RAM and 768GB storage.
That’s not all. The Turing Monolith Chaconne will also feature a 6.4inch 4K Display, 2 MicroSD card slots (256GB each), 60MP quad rear-facing camera, the 20MP dual front-facing camera, and quad nanoSIM capability, and 120Wh hydrogen fuel battery.
The Swordfish OS based new Turing phone will also have a slide-out keyboard, augmented reality with parallel tracking and mapping and a feature called A.L.A.N that will be revealed later.
Why would you need such horseshit-crazy power? “The answer is – Computational Intelligence (CI)”, states Turing its new press statement.
The R&D for the Monolith Chaconne will be carried out at a facility in Finland. Turing is also accepting job applications for the same.
This posted dated cheque from Turing is expected to materialize by 2018. Going by how frequently Turing has missed deadlines in the past, the odds are in favour of this never being released at all.
Key Highlight of Turing Monolith Chaconne
- 3 x Snapdragon 830
- 18GB RAM
- 2 TB Storage (768 Native + 2x 256GB MicroSD card)
- 4-inch 4K Display
- 60MP quad rear-facing camera;20MP dual front-facing camera
- 4 x nano SIM card slots
- Swordfish OS (based on Sailfish OS)
- 120Wh Battery (Hydrogen fuel cell)