Crazier nowhere: smartphone, Turing Monolith Chaconne with the three SoC Snapdragon 830 and 18 GB of RAM
Futuristic mobile Phone Turing Cadenza, recently announced the company Turing Robotic industries, just a few days lost the palm, giving it an even more terrifying beast in the person of Turing Monolith Chaconne.
If someone seemed insane idea to use two single-chip systems in the Turing Cadenza Phone, how do you like the three SoC Snapdragon 830, each of which provides 6 GB of RAM with a total volume of 18 GB?
The display Turing Monolith Chaconne will be 6.4 inches at a resolution of 4K. The developers claim to use 768 GB of flash memory, and two memory cards of 256 GB. The total volume of non-volatile memory is 1280 GB. It is logical to assume that memory card in the future you can replace with more capacious.
Housing design Turing Monolith Chaconne also is of interest and reminiscent of push-button switches that were popular a few years ago. The screen will shift sideways, giving users access to the QWERTY keyboard.
The total capacity of the battery is 120 WH, it will include a graphene battery capacity of 3600 mAh, lithium-ion battery of 2400 mAh and the power source with hydrogen fuel cells. Camera resolution of 60 and 20 MP from Turing Monolith Chaconne should be the same as the previously announced devices.
Turing Phone Cadenza must also be running OS Swordfish, which employs a technology called deep learning. It is also said about the support of augmented reality technology, as well as something referred to with the acronym A. L. A. N., what will tell later.
Turing Monolith Chaconne is expected only in 2018.