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The Turing Phone Cadenza With 512GB Storage And 12Gb Ram

With the spec this company is offering I really think this is way too hard to believe. Turing Robotic Industries (TRI) which is popularly known for providing end-to-end encryption for ultra-secure communications and a more sustainable production process than a regular smartphone have decided to shock the world with an unbelievable device which if released will probably be the worst most powerful smartphone.
They call it the Phone Cadenza.
We have always heard lots of rumours about different companies planning to release different unbelievable smartphones which never happens. I probably would have tagged this as one of those rumours if not for the fact that it's from an official mail from the company itself to Android police. The specifications of this phones are just too crazy to believe and the company claims that the device will be launched in 2017.

The Cadenza is said to be powered by two (yes two) Snapdragon 830 SoCs. Yea, you heard it right. This device won't be powered by just one but two 830 chipset. The 830 is also planned for release early 2017. Since the 830 chip set supports just a maximum of 8gb RAM, then two of it is needed to support cadenza's 12GB of DDR4X RAM. 

If 12Gb of RAM is not overwhelming enough for just a smartphone, then maybe I should also let you know that this device is said to have massive 512Gb of internal storage, the biggest of any smartphone ever made. And aside that large storage capacity, it will also come with two sdcard slots.
Turing Phone Cadenza will feature a dual front facing camera of 20MP and a 60MP “iMAX 6K Quad Rear Camera, Triplet Lens/T1.2”,. So that means you won't just have the ability to take a 4k video but also a 6K video. This device will also feature not just two but four nano sim card slots which can be used simultaneously. Obviously if you want to run a device with such crazy spec, then you will need a  very powerful battery to juice it up for long, so in terms of battery, you will be getting a 100wh from three power sources: a 2400mAh graphene superconductor battery, a 1600mAh lithium ion battery, and a hydrogen fuel cell.
For the operating system, The Turing Phone Cadenza will run on Swordfish OS, a supposed variant of Sailfish OS which is know for some highly advanced Artificial Intelligence (AI) based embedded features which include a memory network as well as neural network.
Now I have just two questions to ask, do you really think device of such overwhelming specs is something we should look for to in the year 2017 and how much do you really think this device will cost if it happens to be released.? So let me know what you think by sharing your views in the comment box below.

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