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‘Liquidmorphium’ Turing Phone: a Secure Powerhouse Smartphone for All Your Personal Data

If you have ever been worried about the security and reliability of your smartphone, it is time to end your woes, and get your hands dirty with the Liquidmorphium Turing Phone. You may be familiar with Alan Turing’s work through the Oscar-nominated movie ‘The Imitation Game’, and the Turing Phone offers the same type of encryption for your phone and a little more.

Many people seemingly scratch their heads when they read the word ‘Liquidmorphium’ accompanying the Turing Phone. The mystery isn’t too hard to solve though, it is just a name for the stuff that has been used to design the body of the Turing Phone. “An amorphous alloy of zirconium, copper, nickel, silver and aluminum” is what liquidmorphium is defined as, and the atomic structure of this stuff is less like steel or aluminum and more like glass. The result is a study phone, apparently stronger than steel, so you would worry less about accidently dropping and shattering the device.

Extra Security
The Turing Phone takes mobile security to the next level. The phone houses a security chip, dubbed the ‘Turing Imitation Key’ that keeps your device encrypted. Unlike other secure handsets, the Turing Phone authenticates the encryption locally and not through a third-party server. The locally encrypted system shuts out the hackers and creates a trusted network within and makes sharing important but sensitive data with other phones of the same ilk safe and secure.

The phone, despite being a secure vault for your documents, has managed to house impressive internals in the body. A 2.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor, 3GB RAM, and a 3,000 mAh battery are good enough to consider it a premium phone. Storage space offers 64 and 128 GB of space, although a cheaper version with 16GB of memory might be available soon enough. The 5.5-inch 1080p HD screen may not be the sharpest around, but still manages to impress. The back sports a 13MP shooter while the front has a striking 8MP camera for crunching the best selfies.

Priced at around $700 for the 64GB version, the phone might not be the cheapest around, but if your documents and data are more important than the cash you pay for the phone, this is your go-to smartphone!

Photo credit: Turing Robotic Industries via TheNextWeb

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