This Phone is Encrypted, Waterproof and Safe From Hacking

 - Jul 17, 2015
References: cnet & wired
Alan Turing broke the supposedly unbreakable Nazi coding machine, Enigma. Turing Robotic Industries has built an Android smartphone that is, similarly, meant to be unbreakable and unhackable.

With its sleek multi-colored futuristic design, this phone will have its own customized software and superior encryption technology, including a fingerprint reader. Despite certain drawbacks like the lack of a headphone jack or USB port, CEO of the company Syl Chao sees it as the next big thing in the tech world, redefining smartphone expectations.

And formidable it is; the phone is built with liquidmorphium, a material much stronger than aluminium or steel. It is also has a nano-coating on internal parts making it incredibly waterproof. Although it is still in development, the Turing Phone, at $610 for a 16 GB model, will be available for pre-order starting July 31st.