Anyway, without further-a-do, here is the ultimate phone’s spec sheet:
Intel Mobile-Kaby-Lake 64-bit proccesor
Frequency: Capped at a minimum of 3Ghz, vast overclocking capabilities
Cores: Deca-core (only big cores)
Heat Output: Guaranteed constant room temperature in every possible situation
Nvidia Mobile-Pascal GTX 1080M GPU, equivalent to 75% of a full sized GTX 1080
Display Technology: WRGB QD-AMOLED
Refresh Rate: 120Hz
Resolution: 5120 × 2160 5K WUHD
Aspect Ratio: 21:9
HDR-10 support: Yes
Dolby-Vision support: Yes
Hybrid Log-Gamma Support: Yes
Bezels: Only top and bottom (for speakers)
Size: 5.7 inches
Response Time: 0.1ms
Pressure sensitive: Yes
Glasses-free 3D: Yes
3.5mm Headphone Jack: Yes, with 6.35 mm to 3.5mm adapter included
Recognizes loss-less images, videos and audio
Loud and powerful, crisp and clear hexa surround front-facing speakers.
Total Harmonic Distortion: >0.5%
Frequency Range: 16Hz-22Khz
HI-FI audiophile DAC
Bit Range: 24 bit
Sampling Rate: 192khz
DAC’s Total Harmonic Distortion: >0.4%
Audiophile-grade, balanced sound with defined lows, bass, mids and highs
Frequency Range: 15Hz-22Khz
Sound Isolating: Yes
Software: Dolby Atmos and Viper4Atmos, with guaranteed future updates and immediate integration for both
Resolution: 24.8 mega pixels (21:9, 7680 x 3240)
Saves Images as: FLIF
Resolution/FPS (Video): 21:9 5k@60fps, 4k@80fps, WQHD@120fps, QHD@140fps, WFHD@240fps, FHD@260fps HD@480fps, all in slow motion/real time options.
Flash: Quad QD-OLED flash (quad tone)
Pixel Size: 1.80µm
HDR-10 Support: Yes
Dolby Vision support: Yes
Hybrid Log-Gamma Support: Yes
Records loss-less files: Yes
Phase Detection Autofocus: Yes
Laser Autofocus: Yes
Specs: Rotatable dual camera setup
Android Version: stock Android 7.1.2
Updates: All future updates guaranteed and immediate integration
Unlocked Bootloader: Yes
Brick-and-bootloop-proof Technology: Yes
Google Assistant: Yes
Vulkan API support : Yes
Google Drive Storage: 1TB of loss-less storage
Java 8 Support: Yes, with all future updates guaranteed and immediate integration
Internal Storage: 32GB-256GB NVMe SSD
SD Card: Expandable SD Card slot up to 1TB + dual sim card slot
All components are liquid cooled, comes with a stylus that doubles as a liquid reservoir, tip detaches as female Nano-USB to ale USB Type-C adapter
Removable explosion-proof 6500Mah super-dense battery
Port: USB 3.1 Type C with Quick Charge 4.0
Sensors: Semi-instantaneous fingerprint and iris scanner, accelerometer, gyroscope, compass, proximity, barometer, thermometer, humidity sensor and heart rate monitor.
Networking: All 3G, 3.5G, 4G and even 5G bands supported
IP68 dust proof and water proof submerged in up to 50m for 24 hours
Price: What it cost to make +50 U.S. Dollars (that’s way lower than what phone manufactures charge you, but it’s still enough money for anyone)
Some explanations: QD-OLED already is in research (https://www.researchgate.net/figure/...of-the-QD-OLED), (http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/5424530/) (http://news.mit.edu/2002/dot). 2000cd/m² seems absurd, but it's actually really reasonable if you think about what QD-LEDs reached in prototypes (plus this one is also OLED)
With Nvidia making a laptop gpu practically as powerful as a desktop one (GTX 1080), I thought it wouldn't be much of a stretch to squeeze that in a phone.
Also, there is already a liquid cooled laptop, so I stretched that too. And having a stylus+liquid reservoir+USB type-c adapter combo just seemed so awesome to me. What would happen to the liquid when the stylus/reservoir is removed? It would work this way: the way to remove the stylus would be to press a button that would move the liquid to the empty space left by the stylus, whilst ejecting the stylus. So the liquid would still be on the phone after you eject the stylus.
The extreme water proof limit was made up, expandability up to 1tb was made up, and 5G support was also made up.
NVMe mobile SSDs already exist in Iphones.
There are already 4K phones (the Xperia Z5 Premium, for example), so I just added 21:9 to make it 5K. 21:9 phones are already in concept (http://www.theverge.com/2012/1/11/26...phone-hands-on), (http://www.androidheadlines.com/2016...ect-ratio.html), and also 120hz phone screens (http://www.anandtech.com/show/8852/m...mobile-display), and glasses-free 3D phones are already on the market (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o..._mobile_phones). All of this would be REALLY hard, but who know what they could do if they actually cared about us customers.
The manufacturer would promise to update all content immediately after an update arrives (for android and other software), and since it’s stock android it wouldn’t be that hard.
I also stretched intel’s Kaby-Lake frequency and cores (and existence in mobile, lol).
For such a powerful phone I gave it a 6500Mah battery (explosion-proof guaranteed because samsung screw ups, lol) (here's a phone with a 6000mAh battery: http://www.gsmarena.com/innos_d6000_...news-12363.php).
I gave it loss-less capabilities in every aspect possible, but maybe it would be better to leave to such a skilled company the job to make a more efficient loss-less algorithm than FLIF, FLAC and loss-less video codecs. I also gave it Java 8 support because why not. And dolby vision, HDR 10 and Hybrid Log-Gamma support from the latest TVs. AND vulkan API support (although I'm not sure if it's already included in android 7.1.2)
There are already planned phones with quad stereo speakers (http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/...artphone-news/). So I just made it overkill with 6. And that phone also has 10 cores, same amount of cores I used. I also might have exaggerated in the harmonic distortion area, tell me if I did.
I thought it would be paradise if a phone came rooted, so there it is. Also, the “brick-and-bootloop-proof technology” mumbo jumbo is just an algorithm that stops any modification that prevents the phone from booting/being usable.
Rotatable cameras already exist (https://www.whattechsays.com/rotating-camera-phone/), and I just though that, if they pushed the camera to AT LEAST record at the screen's resolution (5K 21:9) AT 60FPS, and scaled the FPS down the lower resolutions properly, we’d get this. I still think it would possible if they REALLY worked hard at it. Also, all options are both in real time AND slow motion, so you could record blazing smooth 1080p@260fps videos, or super slow ones. Also, I gave it all focus methods at the same time :D.
I decided to give the phone overclocking capabilities. No phone has that yet, but coming with an unlocked bootloader, a stock rooted android and a CPU that runs really cool, it would be a shame to not let fiddlers overclock this beast.
This was really crazy and stupid, but still, it was fun making this. Please share your thoughts: if you think it would be possible for now/near future, if not, then when do you think it would be possible, how much would it cost, how thick would it be, etc! Thanks for reading ;D