While we are talking about an upgraded 3 GB RAM and 32 GB base model for the new iPhone, a smartphone company called Turing has released some stunning specs for their upcoming phone.
The Turing Monolith, which is going to be released in 2018, has a monster of a spec sheet. It will feature not one but three Snapdragon 830 processors, which have not even been announced by the chipmaker Qualcomm. The other highlight of the phone is a huge 18 GB of RAM. The phone will also have an unprecedented 786 GB of storage.
The phone will boast of a giant screen of 6.4 inch with a 4K resolution. To create more buzz amongst tech enthusiasts, the company has said the phone will have a massive rear camera of 60 MP and a front camera of 20 MP.
The spec-sheet doesn't end here. To support all this power under the hood, it has a huge battery of 120 kWh built on a hydrogen fuel cell.
The company also announced another phone called Cadenza which is a lower-speced cousin of Monolith; this is expected to be released in 2017. This phone will be running a Swordfish OS which is based on the now obsolete Sailfish OS.
In other specifications, it has a 5.8-inch QHD screen and a 12 GB RAM. It will get 512 GB of internal storage and a 100 kWh battery. It will have two Snapdragon 830 SoCs. The phone will have 4 nano-SIM slots along with two microSD slots.
Turing had announced an unhackable phone last year. But the company failed to meet the promised delivery date of December 2015. It only managed to deliver the phone successfully by July 2016.
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