Ever dropped your smartphone in the bath or spilled your morning coffee over it? Do you know the sickening crack after dropping your phone screen-down on concrete (and that moment of dread before you pick it up and inspect the screen?) Or even worse, maybe you’ve had your phone hacked and personal information stolen?
Well, the Turing phone is aiming to solve all of these problems and more. It’s ultra-secure, waterproof and virtually unhackable, designed to provide maximum security to its users and made of a liquid metal that’s stronger than steel.
First of all, let’s talk about the security measures. All transactions on the Turing phone are made through a private encrypted network, so nothing compromising can be stored on third-party networks and servers. And the encryption is enabled by a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, so no-one but you can access it – perfect if you use your phone to trade on-the-go and need to keep prying eyes out!
And the more clumsy traders amongst you will be pleased to hear that the phone is built for durability as well as high security. It’s made of a material called liquid-morphium that is apparently stronger than either steel or aluminium, and a nano-coating on the internals makes it waterproof – so no more panicking when your phone gets in the way of an upturned cuppa.
And on top of all that, it ticks off all the usual features you look for in a smartphone: 3GB of RAM, Snapdragon 801 CPU, a 5.5 inch 1080p display, 64GB of storage, dual cameras and a custom version of Android 5.0 Lollipop.
Interested? The Turing Phone will be priced from $750 and is set to be launched this summer – sign up here for updates.