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Turing Monolith Chaconne with 3 Snapdragon 830 CPUs, 18GB RAM and 60MP camera launched

Turing Monolith Chaconne

The makers who claim to design the unbreakable and ultra-secured Smartphones yesterday announced two new Smartphones which has left the mouth of entire Smartphone world open.  Both Smartphones houses a number of insane features that is hardly found in any other tools yet.

Turing – the organization which is renowned for its imaginative methodology towards innovation for unbelievable technique, utilizing the static key exchange with a baffling key course structure presented its most-tattled Smartphone with various insane specs. Named as ‘Turing Monolith Chaconne Smartphone’, this is the second flagship of Turing following its first edition – the Sailfish OS-based ‘Turing Phone’. The name of the Smartphone ‘Turing Monolith Chaconne’ is quite peculiar like its features and the functionality range of this progressive Smartphone is genuinely remarkable.

With features like multiple processors, 4k display technology, 18GB RAM, and fluid metal design, Monolith Chaconne is the Smartphone that is intended to take the impact of Smartphones on people’s life to the next level. The Turing Monolith Chaconne with high-end specs and crazy features will make you rethink about the standard Smartphones available in current market. Laid out for conveying the most reliable correspondence, Monolith Chaconne is embodied with higher security edge, innovative three processor functionality, and vivid screen display. Simply putting, it is the mobile that can make you see the stars in the daylight.

The crazy features to look for:

The topmost feature that comes with this all-new Monolith Chaconne is its solid and unhackable technology. The parental company claims this model to be eternally indestructible. Moreover, its highly advanced security system makes this phone defensive to any type of malware attack and virus.  To sum up, what the Turing Monolith Chaconne has come up with, it features a 6.4-inch screen which is mated on 4K display technology and comrade on 3840 x 2160 display resolution.

Apart from its bizarre screen and display features, the phone is equipped with not one or two, but three processors of Qualcomm Snapdragon 830. Similarly, the RAM part of this mobile is also empowered by three RAMs of 6GB, which in other ways means Turing Monolith Chaconne 18GB in RAM segment.

Similarly, the ROM part of this phone also features in the form of three 256GB internal storage drives and two 256GB-supported microSD card slots, which means, the users will have 1.2TB of storage in the internal memory section. Isn’t tremendous for a Smartphone to have massive 1.2TB internal storage?

Rolling up to the camera part, Turing Monolith Chaconne has taken the market by storm with it’s huge and highly powerful 60-megapixel camera. Moreover, the camera is empowered by the latest iMax 6K Quad technology with Triplet lenses. In addition to this, the front part of this mobile features a 20-megapixel Dual selfie shooter which can take the passion of snapping to the upper level.

Among other features, Turing Monolith Chaconne is driven by a Triple Power Source of 3,600 mAh Graphene Supercapacitor Battery and a 2400 mAh Li-Ion Hydrogen Fuel Cell. Additionally, it’s Swordfish Operating System which puts a major accentuation on its profound learning capacities, and its Graphene Oxide Composite is sufficiently enough to take the users to the cutting edge level.

Turing Monolith Chaconne Specs

While this seems like somewhat of an anecdotal gadget, the price of this phone is expected to be around $350. Though no details have yet given by Turing about the pricing and availability details of this phone, it is rumored to hit the market in October.

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