Turing has been announcing phones so powerful that one might actually dismiss it as a hoax. After grabbing all the attention with the Cadenza a week ago Turing is set to rattle the ranks once again with Turing Monolith Chaconne. The phone comes with enough muscle power of two flagships combined together.


As if the Cadenza was not enough the Chaconne will come with three Snapdragon 830’s and wait for it, 18GB of RAM! The device will tout a 6.4-inch 4K display and achieves an internal storage of 768GB alongside two microSD cards, just in case the 786GB is not enough. So the craziness just doesn’t stop here as Turing claims that one could easily increase the cumulative storage up to 1.2TB by employing two 256GB microSD cards. Backing up this powerhouse is the hydrogen fuel-cell battery pegged at 120Wh capacity.

Most of the specifications are carried over from the Cadenza including the Swordfish OS, 60-Megapixel quad rear facing the camera, 20-Megapixel dual front camera, and the nano SIM card slot. The Shenanigans just don’t end here as the Monolith Chaconne is also expected to sport a slide-out keyboard laced with augmented reality, parallel tracking, mapping and a feature called A.L.A.N which will only be revealed later.


This is how Steve Chao, Turing CEO had quoted how the dual Snapdragon’s in the Cadenza will work, “TRI plans on connecting multiple CPUs via WiGig by implementing an ad-hoc driver to the 60GHz channel via onboard USB3.0. This complicated computing process stores a transient matrix in SSD of CPU(1), then it recomputes and shares the transient matrix with the other SSD of CPU(2) simultaneously. This results in the CPUs sharing their computing power in parallel. Such proprietary technology enables TRI to achieve never-seen-before computing power on a mobile device. So what exactly is this technology intended for? The answer is – Computational Intelligence (CI)

Now if you are interested in the steroidal smartphone then Turing wants you to wait till 2018 but again the only way you would be able to lay hands on this device is if it debuts at all. Also, if you are someone interested in working for outlandish stuff with a large dollop of craziness in it then you can apply at Turing’s Finland R&D facility (changetheworld@turingphone.com)

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Mahit Huilgol is a Mechanical Engineering graduate and is a Technology and Automobile aficionado. He ditched the Corporate boardroom wars in the favor for technology battle ground. Also a foodie by heart and loves both the edible chips and the non-edible silicon chips.