Turing’s conceptualised AI smartphone, will feature 16GB RAM and 60MP camera

Turing Monolith Chanconne will feature triple Snapdragon 830 processors with 24 Kryo cores and a 60MP iMAX 6K Quad rear camera array

By: Tech Desk | Published:September 7, 2016 7:33 pm
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Turing Robotic Industries has announced the Monolith Chanconne smartphone, with specifications that will mind boggle any one. The design is conceptual and might not see the light of  day, but if it does – it will not be before 2018, according to Android Police. Considering that Qualcomm has yet not announced the Snapdragon 830, these specifications might just be a bit of an exaggeration.

The phone will reportedly feature 6.4-inch display, and features triple Snapdragon 830 processors with 24 Kryo cores. It comes with a 60MP iMAX 6K Quad rear camera array with triple lens. The front of the device will sport a dual 20MP camera array.

The will come with 18GB RAM (three 6GB RAM), and an internal storage of 768GB. The phone also has slots for two microSD slots which can each support 256GB memory cards, making for a total of 1.2TB of on-device storage. The hydrogen fuel cell-equipped battery gives a boost of 20Wh to 120Wh.

Monolith Chancone will run on Swordfish OS that will have a deep learning AI. It will be running a Convolutional Neural Network (CNN), National Language Processing (NLP), Long Short Term Memory Network (LSTM) and differential privacy. The OS will be based on the company’s Sailfish OS. The advance AI will be able to power on and off your device on voice.

“Like the Turing Phone Cadenza, the Turing Monolith Chaconne utilizes multiple CPU architecture for parallel computing and is a device that falls in between the mobile phone and tablet categories,” said Syl Chao, CEO and Chief Architect, Turing Robotic Industries, in a post. “In memory of the great violinist Jascha Heifetz, who took violin solo performance to a new dimension, we named the first Turing Monolith – Chaconne,” he added.

The device will feature a light Graphene Oxide outer frame and will be made from high temperature alloy components. It will come with a slide-out keyboard, and looks more like a glossy and chrome finish mouse than a smartphone.