Wednesday, 29 July 2015

Briefly: Pushing The Boundaries of Tech - Turing Robotics Makes World's First Liquid Morphium Smartphone!

The Turing Phone looks like it was plucked right out of a sci-fi movie. Turing Robotics Industries announced on Thursday its Turing Phone, the world's first smartphone made from Liquidmorphium liquid metal — a material that's stronger than titanium and steel.

One thing you won't find on the Turing Phone is a standard microUSB port for charging; it uses a magnetic charger. It's also waterproof. A special Binnacle Ocean Master nano-coating allows the phone to be submerged in 30 feet of water.
Impressive hardware aside, the Turing Phone's other star feature is its security. Turing Robotics says the phone uses a "protected communications network that is entirely insulated from cyber-threats and privacy intrusions."

Through it, users can exchange private data such as social security numbers and banking numbers to other Turing devices securely without worrying about it being
intercepted midway.

The Turing Phone will be available for pre-order on July 31 in three models: 16GB ($610), 64GB ($740) and 128GB ($870).

Check out the technical specs here.

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