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    September 6, 2016

    The Turing Phone Cadenza is the most ridiculously spec’d smartphone we’ve heard of

    The Turing Phone Cadenza features absolutely ridiculous specs

    Fresh from the release of the original Turing Phone, Turing Robotic Industries has announced the Turing Phone Cadenza – a smartphone with ridiculously high specs.

    The original Turing Phone was a controversial device for several outlandish promises. First, its manufacturer – Turing Robotic Industries – claimed that the device would not only be unbreakable, but unhackable. As anyone in the tech industry will tell you, those are two claims which can be easily proven wrong. Now the company has announced the Turing Phone Cadenza; a smartphone which apparently goes all-in on crazy promises.

    For starters, there’s the fact that the Cadenza would supposedly arrive with not one but two Qualcomm Snapdragon 830 processors, and would cram in a 60-megapixel rear camera and a 20-megapixel front facing unit.

    Read: Turning Robotics unveils the “˜unbreakable‘ Turing Phone

    12GBs of RAM would supposedly follow, while the device would pack in 1TB of storage through an array of 256GB memory units and two MicroSD slots supporting storage sizes of up to 256GB each.

    Things keep getting more ridiculous. The Turing Phone Cadenza will reputedly contain a 100wh battery and will read not one, not two, not three, but FOUR Nano-SIM cards.

    That has to be for those of us who have three separate day jobs and a personal life.

    The Turing Phone Cadenza features absolutely ridiculous specs

    Yes, you read all of that correctly.

    If you were expecting to see Android 7.0 Nougat or Windows 10 Mobile aboard the Cadenza, think again. The device will run Swordfish OS, an unannounced operating system based off of Sailfish OS that will supposedly use AI-driven deep learning.

    Now, we’d be quick to write this off as some poor joke, save for the fact that the phone was announced by email by none other than Turing Robotics Industries’ CEO, Steve Chao.

    We can’t wait to see how this one turns out. Anyone can be proven wrong, but we can’t believe anyone can pull this off. However, in the event the Turing Phone Cadenza does come to pass, we can’t wait to see it.

    Read: Sirin Labs reveals its $14,000 USD Solarin smartphone

    What are your thoughts? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!

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