The Turing Phone, pictured above and below, is the world’s first device made out of liquid metal. Actually, it is called Liquidmorphium, and, according to the official wording, it is “an amorphous “liquid metal” alloy tougher than either titanium or steel”. This alloy is said to be stronger than steel and titanium, so there’s no risk of another “bendgate” while using it.
The Turing Phone can be preordered in the USA and China starting July 31, for $740 (64GB) and $870 (128GB). Inside the Liquidmorphium shell there’s a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 processor, 3GB of RAM, 16-, 64-, and 128GB storage options, 5.5-inch Full HD screen, 13- and 8MP camera duo for back and front respectively, non-removable 3,000mAh battery, fingerprint scanner (on the side), and Android 5.1 Lollipop with Turing’s own Æmæth UI on top.
Liquidmorphium as per the spec sheet, is being used for the frame and the speakers, while the glass on the front is Gorilla Glass IV. The phone is also Binnacle Ocean Master™ IPx8 water proof, and there’s a lot of emphasis on security features. According to Venture Beat, each unit comes with a unique Turing key inside, one that employs a complex “system of encryption and are virtually uncrackable by hackers”.
You can read more about the liquid metal smartphone at the source link below.