The Turing Phone has now permitted the users to put in a reservation to make sure they get the storage and color scheme of their choice.
According to The Next Web, the users can not pre order the device yet.
When the users are on Turing’s website, they will be asked for their color scheme and storage choice and then for their name, email address, phone number and city and are never asked for billing information.
Turing will then send the users an email confirming the reservation, saying it will notify the users when they can make their payment after the final shipment date for the devices is confirmed.
The device uses decentralized authentication to encrypt any communications and comes with its master public key and unique private key pre-installed with the phone.
Additionally, if the users are communicating with another Turing Phone, the two devices can directly verify their identity.
The device comes with a 5.5-inch full HD display, 13-megapixel rear-facing camera, an 8-megapixel snapper and a 3,000mAh battery.
It’s made from a material called ‘Liquidmorphium’, which is described by the company as an unbendable metal that is stronger than titanium or steel and more resistant to shock and screen breakages.
The starting price of the phone is at USD 610 for the 16GB model, and USD 740 and USD 870 for the 64GB and 128GB models respectively.