See The Unbelievable Turing Cadenza Smartphone with 1Terabyte Rom and12GB Ram, You won't believe it's Camera Pixel

Futuristic device is what I will call this but believe me a company in United States, Turing Robotic Industries (TRI) has anounced the release of  Turing Cadenza Smartphone what I call rear beast of smartphone.
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The Turing Cadenza Smartphone is said to be powered by two Snapdragon 830 SoCs. The 830 is planned for release in early 2017, but why a phone would need two of them is hard to imagine. Maybe it's because the Cadenza is also supposed to ship with 12GB of RAM and the Snapdragon 830 only supports up to 8GB of RAM, so you would need two in order to make use of 12GB of RAM.
The Cadenza is said to have dual 20-megapixel front cameras and a 60-megapixel Quad Rear Camera, Wow! Triplet Lens/T1.2" on a phone that must be an F1.2 aperture lens.
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For connectivity, you'll get four nanoSIM slots (because why not) and WiGig. And, obviously powering a device like this will take a lot of juice, so the Cadenza will have maybe the least believable thing on the whole spec sheet, which is 100wh from three power sources: a 2400mAh graphene superconductor battery, a 1600mAh lithium ion battery, and a hydrogen fuel cell.

With this unbelievable spec people need proof, despite the dismissive response from the tech media, TRI CEO and Chief Architect Steve Chao remains unfazed. "I think the reaction was exactly as you should expect. People need to see proof before believing."
But does a phone really need more than one chipset driving it? And when your average PC only has around 4GB of RAM, surely 12GB in a phone is overkill? Not in TRI's opinion.

"Phones are no longer just phones, they have evolved from a calling device to an all-function digital device that resembles the combination of a desktop computer, camera, GPS navigator, game console and more. We have yet to see the full potential of a phone," says Chao.

The Turing Cadenza is surely a phone for the future to the present.

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