Turing, a company that I'm not even 100% certain really exists in any kind of larger sense, has been the subject of a number of posts on Android Police. That coverage began to crescendo last year, before sharply falling off with the announcement that the phone wouldn't meet its year-end 2015 ship date, but would be delayed until the end of Q1 2016. The end of Q1 2016 came and went. And now the end of Q2 2016 is upon us. So what happened?
Well, about a month ago, Turing again claimed the phone would ship - this time at the end of June. Read More
We last reported on the Turing Phone four months ago when the company announced it had dropped Android for Sailfish OS on its ultra-secure smartphone. At the time, TRI (Turing Robotics Industries) claimed the phone would ship in April. Well, April and May have come and gone, but what hasn't come yet is an actual phone shipped to customers.
Turing hasn't posted on its only active social media presence, Facebook, Read More
in twenty days now (correction: a recent comment reply now says the phone will come by "the end of June," which I will believe when someone actually gets a phone), after promising new photos and videos of the phones there "in the next two weeks" on May 11th.
It's that time again: broken promises from a hardware startup of questionable competence! The Turing phone was announced in 2015, but its launch was delayed back in December to "no later than the end of Q1" this year according to Turing CEO Steve "SYL" Chao. Turing is now, of course, reneging on that promise, stating that the phone will instead ship in April this year. It's only a month's difference, but when you go around committing to statements like that, it's probably wise to know you'll be able to make good on them. Read More