In these uncertain times a lot of people are looking for trustworthy devices that keep communications and data safe from cyber threats. This is where Turing Robotic Industries (TRI), the pioneer in trustworthy mobile device technology came out with its flagship Turing Phone to solve this problem in a different way. The first-of-its-kind smartphone, this device is capable of directly verifying the identity of other Turing devices without the need for a third-party Key Center.
This end-to-end authentication creates a protected communications network that is entirely insulated from cyber-threats and privacy intrusions. Within this circle of trust, users can exchange sensitive data such as social security numbers or bank wiring instructions and know that the information will reach only the device intended.
TRI’s technology provides a dramatic improvement over the logic of Identity-Based Encryption, because both the master public key and the unique private key are anonymously pre-bundled into the phone.
Beside being ultra-secure device, Turing Phone is also super-durable. It is is molded from a single unit of Liquidmorphium, an amorphous alloy of zirconium, copper, aluminum, nickel and silver that provides greater tensile strength than either titanium or steel, protecting the phone from shock and screen breakage. TRI says it’s more sustainable from a production standpoint, too. The phone can apparently be produced at a near 100% yield rate with minimal waste.
According to reports, the Turing Phone will be based on an Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system called the Turing UI. It will also feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor with 3GB of RAM, a 5.5-inch full HD display with 1080p resolution, 13-megapixel rear-facing camera, an 8-megapixel selfie snapper and a 3,000mAh battery.
A spokesperson said the SIM-free 64GB version of the Turing Phone should arrive with buyers before the end of August and costs around $740, while the 128GB model will cost about $870.