Turing Robotic Industries has announced the development of its flagship smartphone, appropriately entitled the Turing Phone.
Using the company’s decentralised authentication technology, this pioneering phone is able to directly verify the identity of other devices in the family, all without the need for a third-party Key Center.
In an official press release, Turing Robotic Industries explained that this end-to-end authentication system produces a “protected communications network that is entirely insulated from cyber-threats and privacy intrusions”.
This is quite something, as within this buffered space, smartphone users with a Turing Phone can confidently share data without feeling worried that the information will end up somewhere else.
“Building trustworthy communications on the mobile internet has been a challenge,” explained S.Y.L. Chao, chief executive officer of Turing Robotics Industries.
“Our vision with the Turing Phone is to help mobile users navigate within a circle of trust. We’re beginning with the smartphone and plan to rapidly extend this technology into robotics and other domains linked to the Internet of Things, where security concerns are a huge impediment to innovation.”
If you thought that was impressive enough, there is much more. Consider the design of this device – it is, short of nothing, extremely robust and very stylish. More so than smartphones you’ll find available today.
Developed using a single unit of Liquidmorphium, which is described as being an “amorphous alloy of zirconium, copper, aluminum, nickel and silver”, the phone is superbly strong. More steel says the company.
It’ll be interesting to see what the response to this device is, as it is certainly unique among its competitors. Powerful, stunning and packing some serious vigour, it definitely stands out from the rest of the crowd.