Turing Robotics seems to be banking heavily on the Turing Phone. Not only has the company delayed the release of the device for months upon months, but it even completely changed the operating system, going from Android to the somewhat unknown Sailfish OS — a very risky move for a company that’s still building a name for itself. Since news of the phone first broke — with a fairly lean website that kept using odd words like ‘liquidmorphium’ – we were skeptical.
Sure, the device is touted as ultra-secure and ultra-strong, but that alone isn’t enough to catapult a phone to victory. We’ve used the Turing Phone for the past week or so to see how it stacks up in the increasingly competitive smartphone landscape.
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