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Turing probably can’t build its crazy new smartphone, but I’d love to see it try

Turing probably can’t build its crazy new smartphone, but I’d love to see it try

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Remember Turing Robotic Industries, the company that promised to build a smartphone with end-to-end encryption and a durable ‘Liquidmorphium’ body? That plan didn’t quite pan out, but the company is back with a new name – and a new device in the works. The Hong Kong-headquartered firm is now called Turing Space Industries (TSI), and it’s just unveiled the HubblePhone, a wildly inventive mobile device that’s slated to ship in 2020. The company describes it as a 5G-capable Android device with separate AMOLED displays on two ‘decks’ that swivel around to allow for various shooting and viewing modes, a 60-megapixel primary camera…

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