The “TURNING PHONE” from the company “TURNING ROBOTICS”

  • The Turing Phone’s “Beowulf” color option features a purple, black, and gold design.

  • The Turing Phone’s fingerprint sensor is located on the device’s left side, an unconventional spot compared to the iPhone and Galaxy S6.

  • Turing Robotics Industries claims the fingerprint sensor’s accuracy rivals Apple and Samsung.

  • This design is certainly unlike anything we’ve seen from the big manufacturers.

  • The Turing Phone’s internal frame and outside chrome are made from

SYL Chao CEO of TURNING ROBOTICS introduces the Turing Phone, an Android smartphone that aims to put security, durability, and fashion above all else. In a myriad of ways, the Turing is anything but your typical phone. There’s no headphone jack, and the thing doesn’t even have a USB connector. Instead, you charge it with a plug that looks like a clone of Apple’s MagSafe.

The device’s frame and exterior chrome are made of “liquidmorphium,” or liquid metal, which is claimed to be stronger than steel and titanium — and impervious to bending. The reflective qualities of liquidmorphium are unique.

The Turing is also fully waterproof thanks to a nanocoating that shields its internal components. It can survive dunks in the pool and most submersions without issue. Those internals aren’t top of the line, however; the Turing is powered by an aging 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801 chip and features a 5.5-inch, 1080p display that falls short of today’s big-brand flagships in terms of sharpness. But Turing Robotics isn’t Samsung, and in fairness the screen looked fine.

Around back is a 13-megapixel camera, non-removable 3,000mAh battery, and integrated NFC chip.

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