Who needs phone cases when one can by a Turing Phone?
This new android powered device is turning heads and raising eyebrows, with its sleek, liquid metal structure that can withstand water and hard surface collisions. Not only is the phone indestructible, but it prohibits hacking. You heard it right!
The Turing Phone promises trustworthy communication that bypasses 3rd party exposure and claims to block malicious behavior. The device was also built to protect any personal information exchanged within this phone intending that it will only reach the device’s intended recipient.
Unusual to phone users today, the Turing does not include a headphone jack or a USB port. Its futuristic design mimics tech designs from the 1990s, with its cutting edge angles and colorful presentations. Its unique design is located opposite of the spectrum from today’s neutrally, sleek devices. One technology blogger wrote that it looked to be a cross between Superman and a spaceship.
Included: fingerprint scanner, 5.5-inch display, 3GB memory, Liquidmoriphium™ Frame, 13mp HDR dual flash camera, non-removable battery, Bluetooth capability
Not included: headphone jack, USB port.
The Turing phone is currently available for preorder. It’s priced at $610 for the 16GB model, $740 for the 64GB, and $870 for the 128GB model. It also comes in three color options: Beowulf, Pharoah, and Cardinal.
What are critics saying?
Many do not believe that the device is as bionic as it claims to be. Take a look at what others are saying:
As you can see, this phone is catching the attention of many but positive anticipation is hard to spot.
So what do you think, is security and an indestructible design worth the hype? Give us your input from a Grown Folks perspective.