RED's hydrogen phone with full 'holographic display' set to launch

RED's hydrogen phone with full 'holographic display' set to launch

Available Later This Summer, Experience the Smartphone of the Future at AT&T Shape June 2-3 in L.A. "When the Red Hydrogen One launches, you'll be able to look around, below and into your screen's image with a 4-View holographic display, which is better still than 3D". It's a gimmick we've been fed before and one that never failed to gain much traction but perhaps this time around, things could be different?

Today, RED announced the upcoming launch of the HYDROGEN ONE smartphone, available from AT&T* later this summer.

It's still not precisely clear when the Red Hydrogen One will finally appear. Also, we'll most likely learn more about the phone's price closer to launch, though RED is selling, or rather sold, the unlocked models for $1,295 (aluminum) and $1,595 (titanium), respectively. The $1,200 smartphone has a groundbreaking 5.7-inch screen capable of displaying a "better than 3D image" without the need for glasses or an augmented reality headset. You'll be able to interact with those images using a set of gestures.

The phone was originally slated to ship during the first three months of 2018, so it is already late to market. The smartphone is named as the RED Hydrogen One, and it is going to be available to subscribers later this year.

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Recently, Red stated that the phone was delayed and now coming in August.

YouTube personality Marques Brownlee saw a prototype of the phone previous year and was impressed by the holographic screen despite some rough edges that Red will presumably smooth over before the phone launches.

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