With 512MB RAM in a smartphone slowly fading away and 6GB RAM being the highest standard a smartphone can attain at present, you might think mobile technology firms out there have fully archived their aim in changing the course of history when it comes to mobile phone. With 14nm based powerful chips dominating mid and high range markets, we thought as well that what has once been considered as impossible, which is now fully explored and made a reality has reached it targeted end, but now, something new is here to prove us wrong.
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Turing Robotic Industries, a company not well known when it comes to mobile phone has announced a new monster smartphone. The Turing Phone Cadenza as called, comes with dual 6GB of RAM, each sitting in a different slot, making a total of 12GB. Besides its dual RAM modules it also packed two Snapdragon 830 processors, Qualcomm highest and most powerful processor that is yet to surface.
Running Swordfish OS, an enhanced operating system based on Sailfish, the device has quad SIM slots that will readily accept four SIM cards from different network providers. Another notable features of Cadenza are 60-megapixel and 20-megapixel cameras it sports at the rear and the front. In addition, it comes with two 256GB of internal storage making a total 512GB. Also, there are two MicroSD expansion slots that can accommodates up to 256GB of additional storage, respectively, bringing the overall total storage to 1TB.
The Turing Phone Cadenza outer layer is made of Graphene Oxide Composite, a lightweight metal. It features a 5.8-inch Quad-HD (2560×1440) display, supports Qualcomm Bluetooth apX audio, and is fuelled by a 100Wh battery.
There is no details regarding its pricing and availability yet.
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