Unhackable, Unbreakable, Waterproof Turing phone shipping delayed for next year

    The Turing phone - the ultimate phone that gives you the security you wanted. The Turing phone is from a relatively unknown company. The Turing phone is unhackable, unbreakable and waterproof. The phone went for pre-orders and it was promised that the device would be shipped on December 18th. However, there seems to be some delay in the shipment. The phone will be shipped only in Q1 of 2016.

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    The Turing phone comes from Turing Robotic Industries. Turing has sent out emails to its customers stating that the phone will be delayed and those who were eagerly waiting for the phone will have to wait. Turing has also offered a immediate refund to those who are unhappy with the delay.

    Unhackable, Unbreakable, Waterproof Turing phone shipping delayed

    However, there is something new with the delay. Turing has announced that its Android powered Smartphone will be upgraded to 64GB from its existing 16GB for those who have pre-ordered. Those who had pre-ordered a 64GB version will receive a 128GB phone. Those who had ordered a 128GB version of the Turing phone will receive a limited edition model of the phone.

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    The E-mail that Turing sent explains that the company took a little longer to develop and finalize the OS and the security platform. It said that the phone will integrate the Google Play Store based on user request and that it is also adding a waterproof feature. Users will receive the phone by the 1st Quarter of 2016. Turing users will definitely know that it is worth the wait.



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