Turing Robotic Industries has unveiled its soon-to-be-released smartphone – the Turing Phone – which is made out of a unique material called Liquidmorphium.
The company states that Liquidmorphium is “an amorphous alloy of zirconium, copper, aluminum, nickel and silver that provides greater tensile strength than either titanium or steel”, which protects the phone from shock and breakage.
Besides the strong body, the device features server-free encrypted communication between owners and a fingerprint reader.
A magnetic charging system is also included, along with a 5.5-inch 1080p display, up to 128GB of storage space, and LTE support.
The phone is scheduled to go on sale from 10 August at the following prices:
- 64GB – $740
- 128GB – $870
The phone’s basic specifications are detailed in the table below.