Turing Phone bo brez težav preživel kakšen padec.

Living in a day and age when manufacturers of smartphones strive to outperform each other in screen definition and multiplicity of functions, it is truly refreshing to find a telephone where security happens to be of paramount value.

A company called Turing Robotics Industries launched a phone where functions and features leaves a strong impression of its design and security. Turing Phone offers encrypted communication between its owners, as well as a sophisticated fingerprint function for locking the phone up. The main attention was, however, given to the area of the main body (chassis) rigidity. A new raw material, named "liquidmorphium," allegedly stronger than steel and even titanium, has been implemented. It is a 5-metal alloy, usually used for the small parts of a telephone, but never so far for its main body.

For the performance element of the spec sheet, designers had to compromise a little. A quad-core Snapdragon 401 processor is joined by 3GB of RAM and a 5.5 inch (14cm) screen of 1080p resolution. Front camera has an 8MP resolution, while the main one on the back goes as far as 13MP. As the name of the processor suggests, Android 5.0 OS is the heart of all operations.

April 26, 2015 Living photo: Turing Robotic Industries

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