Turing Monolith Chaconne is Yet Another Heavily Specced Device in Making by TRI!

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Too hard to believe is what we thought when we saw Turing Robotic Industry’s (TRI) upcoming insanely specced smartphone. It was way above everything and none could have ever even thought of. But wait, that isn’t the only product TRI is working on in their Outer Blueprint program project. There is another and what seems to be the insanity level 2 device in making. Named as Turing Monolith Chaconne can simply blow your mind. Read on…

TRI has been making huge news lately with their upcoming smartphone. What started as a heavily specced device, Turing Phone Cadenza is not the only smartphone in making after all. Though Cadenza creating a lot of buzz along with a lot of questions, TRI seems to be right on track. They have released yet another newsletter which speaks more about the Outer Blueprint program project.

Can Turing Phone Cadenza be really REAL?

Yes, that’s the one simple yet complicated question that arose in everybody’s mind right after reading through the specifications. While the world is yet to digest the need of 6GB RAM in a smartphone, Cadenza features 12GB of RAM. A dual Snapdragon 830 SoC and what not!

Turing-Phone-Cadenza-specifications

But TRI seems have done some ground work before going public. The company will be releasing videos in the coming months that will show us about the research and development done for these insane phone. They are working on bringing Artificial Intelligence to mobile phones. Well, that itself says what kind of computing power is needed such hectic technology. Thus the company has chosen exploitation of the concept of multiple CPU integrations.

Talking about the usage of multiple CPUs in a smartphone, TRI says,

Connecting multiple CPUs via WiGig by implementing an ad-hoc driver to the 60GHz channel via on-board 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.

This proprietary technology from Turing will enable the never-seen-before computing power on a mobile device. And TRI calls it as Computational Intelligence (CI).

Behold, the Turing Monolith Chaconne!

Turing-Monolith-Chaconne-specifications

If you aren’t satisfied with insanely spaced Cadenza, the TRI has a second device building in the similar line. This time, it is not a smartphone, but a phablet!

Specifications of Turing Monolith Chaconne,

  • 6.4-inch 4K display with 2160×3840 pixels resolution
  • Triple Snapdragon 830 processors (24 Kryo Cores)
  • 60MP iMax 6K quad rear camera with triple lens / T 1.2
  • 20MP dual front facing camera
  • 18GB LPDDR4X RAM with triple 6GB setup
  • 1.2TB Storage (256GB x3 and MicroSD 256 x2 slots)
  • 60Hz (1GBPS) WiGig network speed
  • 120wh battery with triple power source – 3600mAh graphene supercapacitor battery, 2400mAh Li-ion battery, and Hydrogen fuel cell
  • Advanced AI Voice authenticated power On/Off
  • Body made up of Graphene Oxide composite. Liquid Metal 2.0 structural frames
  • Quad Nano SIM (4G/VoLTE)
  • Parallel tracking and mapping API
  • Swordfish OS built atop Jolla’s Sailfish OS

No! That isn’t a phone. It’s a heavily specced laptop in your pockets. That specification can run anything and everything which a laptop and desktops can do. The Turing Monolith Chaconne also carries a killer design that looks more like a prototype for now.

Turing-Monolith-Chaconne-Design

Where are they coming from?

Turing-Phone-Manufacturing

TRI’s R&D center is based out of the city of Salo, Finland. A land where most of the phones were made and heavily populated with mobile enthusiast. The company has established a manufacturing facility right where Nokia® and Microsoft® used to produce their mobile phone prototypes. Both Cadenza and Turing Monolith Chaconne will be a reality in 2017-18 and will be coming out of Salo.

Can TRI’s Turing Monolith Chaconne be really REAL? Yes, the same question. However, the company has plans to release videos behind R&D! Let’s wait and watch.

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