The Turing phone starts off on the wrong foot. The device, which was revealed during the summer of 2015, is an Android-powered product developed by Turing Robotics Industries and that is built from liquidmorphium, an interesting metal alloy that is more resilient than both aluminum and steel.
The smart phone is also rumored to be fully secure, presenting highly protected options in the majority of the unit’s primary programs. Moreover, this device has an allegedly extremely strong frame and water resistant case.
Preordering for the gadget was open in Aug 2015; however, the scheduled delivery period set in Dec. was postponed. This delay came after the producer needed more time to operate on the remaining development elements for the gadget, such as its protection program and OS.
An e-mail sent by the company to clients that have placed their preorders on the Turing smart phone shows that the product may not be delivered until Apr, much later compared to the initial date. Maybe more difficult to understand is that fact that its Turing device may not be working on the Android paltform and could instead be powered by Sailfish as its OS.
In this e-mail, TRI stated that the new Sailfish system, which was designed by former technicians from Nokia under the organization called Jolla, is completely managing the smart phone and the company has started the last examining stage for the OS.
TRI said that Sailfish, which represented the more advanced version of the MeeGo operating system that was formerly developed thanks to a collaboration between Intel and Nokia, has been enhanced to run quick on the latest Turing smart phone.
The organization also declared that Android applications could still work on Sailfish-powered Turing devices with no problem. TRI wrote a message to assurance its clients that its Sailfish platform will work fine with the new Turing phone.
But, the issue is that clients have already made preorders for the smart phone believing that it is operated by Android OS, and that this product will get all the advantages associated with it. The collaboration between TRI and Jolla can be perceived as an unreliable one.
Jolla cancelled the release of the Sailfish OS-based product. The organization was not sure that it could return the money which people provided it via the unit’s crowd funding strategy. However, TRI has not launched the components into the marketplace, and the setbacks of its Turing smart phone are reducing the assurance of clients related to the producer.
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