Turing’s New Multi-Screen HubblePhone Looks Like Something Out Of A Sci-Fi Movie
We’re pretty sure that we might have already seen Turing’s multi-screen HubblePhone smartphone in Blade Runner 2049
Turning is looking to revolutionize the smartphone industry by 2020 with this sleek new multi-screen smartphone. From a first glance, the thing looks like it came straight out of a sci-fi movie featuring Tom Cruise or Tye Sheridan. The phone is called the HubblePhone and comes with an advanced vision system, boasts multiple screens and is also equipped with the ability to lip-read its user's requests.
While this phone looks out of this world, we couldn't tell you whether or not it will ever actually be made. Back in 2016, the same Hong Kong-based company promised to build a smartphone with end-to-end encryption and a durable ‘ liquidmorphium’ body before suspending manufacturing after filing for bankruptcy earlier this year.
Regardless, the HubblePhone, named after the space telescope, is planned to feature two separate AMOLED displays that swivel around to allow for various shooting and viewing modes. It’s also said to come with a 60-megapixel primary camera with 15x optical zoom, and three additional 12-megapixel dual camera systems. Just to put that into perspective, the iPhone X has a 12-megapixel camera with optical and 10X digital zoom.
And that’s not the best of it. Turing also says that the futuristic smartphone will come with an artificial reality (AfR) messaging application, which allows users to send 3D animated messages projected into the recipient’s immediate physical surroundings. The video below from Turing shows a few more renders of the phone, along with a cool opening shot of space.
While it may sound too good to be true, the HubblePhone is set to release across the globe in 2020, with a sticker price of $2,749. Besides the lovely pictures and video featured above, the company has yet to release any type of prototype for the world to see.
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