A company called Red has recently launched its first smartphone, the Red Hydrogen One. The Phone comes with a holographic display, a first in the smartphone market. Red is known for producing high-end 4K cameras called Epic-w and Weapon. Red has introduced the smartphone with the collaboration of two US carriers, AT&T and Verizon. The company believes that the smartphone is “the foundation of a future multi-dimensional media system.”
The Red Hydrogen One is an Android smartphone which has a 5.7 inch LCD and 835 Snapdragon processor. The smartphone has internal storage of 128 GB and also has a micro-SD slot for additional storage. The company’s smartphone has 4-view display and allows users to see 3D images without using glasses. The smartphone has broken all the barriers and has become the world’s first holographic smartphone. Kevin Peterson, senior vice president of device and network said, “This revolutionary smartphone will provide you with significant advancements in the way you create and view content on the leading network for entertainment when the Red Hydrogen One launches you will be able to look around, below and into your screen’s image with a 4-view holographic display, which is even better than 3D.”
Red says that a user can access the phone as a fully featured 2D phone and can use the same apps which are available on other Android phones. The company says that the Hydrogen One is made for “doers, makers and content creators.” The phone also features a ‘pogo pin system’ which enables users to add modules to the device and add functionality like in the previous Motorola smartphones.
As of now, The company has provided limited information about the phone. Pre-orders for the phone have also started and the phone will be available in the coming months. As for the price, the Hydrogen One aluminum model starts from $1195 and the titanium-based model starts at $1595.