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Pre-orders start on July 31st for $US610 for a 16GB unlocked device that plays nice with AT&T and T-Mobile. For a smartphone that is unabashedly one foot into the future and looks like a spaceship, the price is pretty OK. The only question is if people are really ready for the future that Turing Phone is selling.
Late this past week, Turing Robotic Industries (TRI) stated December 18, 2015 as the ship date for its Turing Phone, a cipher phone made of material stronger than steel. The company also announced Foxconn Group as its manufacturing partner.
Turing Phone mobile was launched in July 2015. The phone comes with a 5.50-inch touchscreen display offering a resolution of 1080x1920 pixels. Turing Phone is powered by a 2.5GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 (MSM8974AC) processor. It comes with 3GB of RAM. The Turing Phone runs Android 5.1 and is powered by a 3000mAh non-removable battery.
Connectivity options on the Turing Phone include Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n/ac, GPS, Bluetooth v4.00, NFC, 3G, and 4G. Sensors on the phone include accelerometer, ambient light sensor, gyroscope, proximity sensor, and compass/ magnetometer.
As you'd guess, the HubblePhone takes its name and inspiration from the Hubble Space Telescope. Turing grants the phone is an "ambitious project," but hopes it will have "a significant impact on human civilization in much the same way the Hubble Space Telescope has achieved." Civ-changing capabilities will include:
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Turing Robotic Industries Company started accepting pre-orders of Turing Phone (smartphone) on its official website. The device is available in three colors - beowulf (black and purple), pharaoh (red and blue) and cardinal (white and red) and the internal memory of different sizes - 16, 64 and 128 GB. The cost of model with 16 GB memory is $ 610, 64GB - $ 740, 128GB - $ 870.
Turing Phone has a cryptographic chip which is designed for government agencies' smartphones and tablets from BlackBerry. Encryption and decryption of data is carried out with its help. With Turing Phone smartphone you can call and send messages to any other device, for example, Android and iPhone; as well as from any phone call and send messages to Turing Phone, but in this case encryption engine will not operate. The encrypted communication channel can be established only between the two Turing Phones. The same way operate BlackBerry devices.
From the renders provided on the HubblePhone website, the phone does look cool. According to the spec list, Turing Space Industries expects it to launch in Q1 of 2020. The next part is where we have issues.
This, from an Amsterdam company, is the latest iteration of the first sustainable smartphone. The amply featured Fairphone 3 is made with wholly recycled and Fairtrade materials, and buyers are promised that all involved in the production are paid properly.
TRI started taking preorders for the smartphone last year. It delayed the planned shipping date of Dec. 18 to resolve remaining developmental steps for the device, including its security platform and operating system. The new projected shipping date is in April.
Both the master public key and the unique private key are anonymously bundled into the phone. Each Turing Phone can directly verify the identity of other Turing devices without the need for a third-party key center, it said.
The HubblePhone K3-XR has been in development as the "Cadenza" since 2016 and will be four devices in one: A Multi-screen smartphone, 5G phone, professional movie camera with a video editor and a mobile games console. Turing even names prices and dates. The miracle device will cost $2,749 and enter the market in 2020. A June release is set for the USA, an August release in Europe, September in China and December for the rest of the world. Damn!
Not all smartphone fans will know the manufacturer, but some will. The name Turing was last featured in the media about two months ago when insolvency proceedings were opened against the company. Of course, the picture is not so bad, according to CEO Steve Chao. Certainly, no one is bankrupt, but merely experiencing short-term difficulties. But Turing's achievements so far in the smartphone space do not necessarily give us hope for improvement.
The first fully-announced Turing smartphone should have appeared in 2015 as a particularly secure and encrypted device. There was also a price. Then the launch was postponed, postponed again and, finally, it disappeared and nothing more was heard about it.
Second smartphone, same game, this time with concierge service instead of encryption. Talk it up again, put expensive price tags on it, and never deliver. This trick has also been used by other companies such as Saygus with the V2, but nobody pulls the hoax as consistently and transparently, without success, as Turing.
The HubblePhone will suffer exactly the same fate as the two previous Turing smartphones: It will never come to market. The company can announce as many dates and prices as it likes, but if the HubblePhone ever goes on sale in the form in which it is announced now, I'll eat my hat.
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