Amid prerelease hype and speculation over Red Digital Cinema's Hydrogen One smartphone, which is said to incorporate a new type of holographic display, carrier AT&T said it will host an exclusive public demo of the technology at the second-annual AT&T Shape tech confab, coming up June 2-3 at Warner Bros. That widespread availability is a nice feather in the cap for the Hydrogen, a $1,200 Android phone that's said to boast a revolutionary 3D display.
In case you're unfamiliar, the RED Hydrogen One is an, ambitious, Android smartphone which was announced a year ago. Besides the high-end specs inside, the Hydrogen One will be capable of capturing 4-View video that enables users to look around and behind objects that have shot with the camera.
The holographic display and other features on offer will really have to impress to make the Red Hydrogen One stick out in 2018.
RED's Hydrogen One is one of the more mysterious phones given that not much is known about the phone.
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And while we don't know final pricing yet, we do know the phone won't come cheap. Even Verizon's press release echoes a similar sentiment: "you have to hold it in your hands and experience it yourself to understand why this is such a mobile game changer". At RED Studios in Los Angeles on Saturday, the media is invited to get a private sneak peek at Hydrogen One.
We'll likely have more information on the Hydrogen One leading up to its release.
The Hydrogen One originally went up for presale on RED's website starting at $1,295, but it's unclear if this is the same price Verizon and AT&T will charge. Two models will be available - an aluminum version retailing for $1,195, and a titanium unit for $1,595. Neither carrier listed a specific launch date, with AT&T saying only that the phone would be available "later this summer".