We have come a long way in the smartphone arena. Last week, a usual smartphone called Turing Phone Cadenza created waves in the smartphone arena with its specifications.
Turing Robotics Industries is a new player in the smartphone world, however, that didn't stop the company in making headlines this early. If the Turing Phone Cadenza has some insane specifications, then another smartphone's specs from the same company will make your head wobble.
The smartphone is named as Turing Monolith Chaconne and if it ever launches, then it will be the unstoppable smartphone in every aspect. Take a look at the Chaconne's insane specifications.
Three Snapdragon 830 SoCs
Well, the last week's Cadenza is said to feature two Snapdragon 830 chipsets when it releases and now the Chaconne is said to feature three Snapdragon 830 chipsets. The Cadenza already has raised many questions on if a smartphone really need two processors and the Chaconne will raise many eyebrows.
18GB of RAM
This is insane. The newly revealed Chaconne will arrive with 18GB of RAM packed with it, which is really mammoth. The Cadenza is said to feature 12GB of RAM. The company is increasing a chip on each of their smartphone revealed and also doubling the RAM capacity.
1.2TB of Storage
Who needs a smartphone with 1.2TB of storage? The question remains unanswered, but Turing will embed a total of 1.2TB of storage on the Chaconne, which is 200MB more than the last week's Cadenza.
Big 6.4-inch Screen and Same Cameras
The latest entrant, Turing Monolith Chaconne will feature a bigger display than the Turing Cadenza. That said, we will see a 6.4-inch QHD display, which isn't seen on many smartphones these days.
The Monolith Chaconne also features the same camera setup as the Cadenza. We see the same dual 20 MP front cameras and a 60 MP iMAX 6K Quad Rear Camera with Triplet Lens, which is quite unreal for a smartphone.
The Turing Monolith Chaconne will pack a big 120wh battery, which will never run out of juice. But, seeing at the specs, we can't expect the smartphone stay for longer durations. Also, the smartphone is said to run Sailfish OS, which is seen on Meizu devices and the OS won't kill that much juice.
The Turing Cadenza is said to arrive sometime on 2017 and now the Turing Monolith Chaconne will arrive in early 2018, according to the company. As of now, the specs are quite unreal to feature in a smartphone, but we can't expect what happens in technology. Som stay tuned as we'll bring all the updates related to the smartphone.