Keep in mind Turing Robotic Industries, the organization that guaranteed to construct a cell phone with end-to-end encryption and a solid 'Liquidmorphium' body? That arrangement didn't exactly work out, however the organization is back with another name – and another gadget in progress.
The Hong Kong-headquartered firm is currently called Turing Space Industries (TSI), and it's simply disclosed the HubblePhone, an uncontrollably creative cell phone that is slated to dispatch in 2020
The organization portrays it as a 5G-skilled Android gadget with independent AMOLED shows on two 'decks' that swivel around to take into account different shooting and survey modes, a 60-megapixel essential camera with 15x optical zoom, and three extra 12-megapixel double camera frameworks.
Each deck will be fueled by so far unannounced Snapdragon 855 octa-center chips, and get their own particular 8GB RAM modules, alongside an aggregate of 512GB of capacity. Gracious, and you'll additionally discover a parchment wheel on board for reasons unknown, and also an enthusiastic machine-knowledge processor for a 'cutting edge versatile gaming background,' and a lip-perusing highlight to issue orders without telling individuals around you what you're stating.
At its soliciting cost from $2,749, I'd expect all that and more in two years. Yet, as we probably am aware, Turing's reputation isn't hot: it neglected to convey even a solitary unit of its much-advertised telephone, and in this way petitioned for liquidation in February.
All things considered, the HubblePhone demonstrates that the group at Turing has a striking creative ability, and that it's not pondering making another rectangular chunk with which to enter the dreadfully swarmed cell phone showcase. Perhaps this kind of break development is exactly what the space needs with a specific end goal to shake things up.