Turing Robot Industries (TRI) has huge plans regarding its new phone. The third in the series phone, has such high-tech plans lined up for it that these plans itself make you cringe on the grounds of practicality and reality. The plans of the company for this phone include an 18 GB RAM, three Snapdragon 830’s, 6.4-inch 4K display, 1.2 TB storage 60MP iMAX 6K Quad Rear Camera Triplet Lens at f/1.2, and a 20MP front camera.
It will have 4G VoLTE enabled 4 Nano SIMs, support Parallel Tracking and Mapping API. This entire package will be powered by a 120wh battery which will also use a triple power source. This would be in the form of a supercooled 3,600mAh graphene battery and a pair of 2,600mAh Li-Ion Hydrogen Fuel cells powering your device (and maybe also your home).
If this isn’t enough to make your mind go dizzy with unrealistic aspirations and highly impractical plans, then there is more. This so called smartphone will connect multiple CPUs using a WiGig interface (don’t ask us what exactly is that though!) through a 60 GHz channel via an onboard USB3.0 connection. As unbelievable as it all may sound, this is how CEO of TRI, Steve Chao described the third Turing phone in its pipeline and all this has been described in a newsletter.
Not stopping at this only, Chao describes in the newsletter, how the phone will function using the ‘transient matrix’ of CPU1 in its SSD which will be sent to the SSD of CPU 2 for its own transient matrix which will result (it’s magic!) in the CPU sharing the computing power of multiple CPUs in a parallel manner. He even goes on to name the entire process as Computational Intelligence (CI). Even the spec sheet is enough to make your mind go spinning. The fact of the matter is, anyone would love to have this phone turned into reality but the question is - is there even a possibility that this can be done by 2018, as Chao claims?