Turing Phone Pre-Orders Open & Available With 5G WiGig Case

If you follow the news about new smartphones, then the Turing Phone will certainly be one which you will have heard of. Unlike a number of smartphones that are due to be released, or have been released, the Turing Phone is built different, literally. This is thanks to the liquidmorphium that is said to be in effect and which is said to be unbendable. Of course, it is not only the build quality that separates the Turing Phone, as this is also one which is designed to protect your data and offer an uncompromised level of protection compared to the competition.

Well, to add to that level of protection, Turing Robotic Industries have announced this morning that the Turing Phone will also be equipped with improved data transfer features. The already announced Dark Wyvern flavor of the Turing Phone has now been confirmed to be able to be ordered with a Turing Armor case which will offer users a "true 5g WiGig high-speed data transfer solution". In short, it will be able to transfer up to 3.2GB of data in as little as 25 seconds. Not to mention, it will allow for backing up of as much as 64GB of data, in less than eight minutes.

Well, if you had been waiting for the Turing Phone to become available to order, then now is the time as the company has also opened up pre-orders starting from today. Of course, the company had already made available reservations for the Turing Phone, which essentially allowed those interested to register their interest. However, today will be the day in which those reservations will convert to orders. For those who had not registered, they will be able to directly pre-order the Turing Phone directly from the company's website. Those who do pre-order today, the company states that deliveries will be made before Christmas including for orders that include the flagship Dark Wyvern variant and those with the WiGig-enabled Turing Armor Case. Lastly, if you did order the standard (Series 1) version of the Turing Phone but now would prefer to upgrade to the Dark Wyvern (Series 2) model then you will be able to do so by requesting.

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