It looks like something from the future, which makes sense since it's not hitting the market until 2020. The Turing HubblePhone is a nearly all-screen device that aims to usher mobile computing into the next decade. Its clamshell-style body has a "main deck" with an 11.81-inch screen that extends over the top and down the back side of the phone, curving outward around the 60-megapixel, 15x optical zoom camera. The "upper deck" has two screens of its own, each measuring over five inches, and also holds three 12-megapixel cameras. Both the upper and main decks have their own dedicated processors and GPUs, with connectivity provided by next-gen Wifi and a 5G cellular connection — fitting specs for phone no one will get their hands on for another two years, if ever.