RED's Hydrogen One will be available at AT&T and Verizon this summer

Javier Stokes
May 18, 2018

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Hydrogen One will be the first smartphone from RED, a company known for designing high-end cameras often used to make Hollywood films.

Verizon a US-based carrier has announced the first holographic phone in the world on Thursday.

While we don't get any ground-breaking new details surrounding the phone itself, we do know it'll use 4-View technology.

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Designed for content creators, social media experts and enterprise marketing professionals, the Hydrogen One smartphone from Red offers new video capabilities. "Unlocked" Pre-orders will however ship before that".

If that seems like a lot to ask for a smartphone, even in this age of the $999 iPhone X, Red believes the Hydrogen One's feature set justifies the price tag. This means the handset can handle not just 2D and 3D images but also mixed reality, augmented reality, and virtual reality all without added hardware.

Building off of the modular roots of the Moto Z, the Hydrogen One features a pogo pin system that will allow for add-ons that enhance the functionality of the phone over time.

Both Verizon and AT&T mention in blog posts that the Hydrogen One will go on sale in stores starting later this summer, which lines up with the August launch we've been hearing about for the past few months. Given that the phone is launching on both a CDMA and GSM carrier bodes well for its compatibility overseas, but it's hard to say if Red will retain the ability to sell the phone unlocked through its own channels. That date has been pushed back, with the company chalking up the most recent delay to efforts toward improving the camera.

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