Red's Hype-Filled Holographic Phone Is Coming to AT&T and Verizon
- Devin Moran
Verizon has just announced it will carry the RED Hydrogen One, world's first holographic smartphone. Still to be answered: how many holographic movies, games, shopping and other apps will be made available at launch, and how good will that content look?
We still don't know exactly when RED Hydrogen One pre-orders will start being fulfilled, let alone when sales are supposed to begin for new buyers, but both Verizon and AT&T are throwing their weight behind the mobile "4-View holographic" project. Studios in Los Angeles on June 2-3. You can register for the event over on AT&T's website. It also has a insane "holographic" display which few people have even seen to date. Only AT&T is giving the public a first look at the future of entertainment through a demo at AT&T SHAPE at Warner Bros.
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"Red Hydrogen One was designed with cutting-edge technology that simply can't be described". "A phone like this deserves the best network in the country, which is why we can't wait to bring it to Verizon customers later this year".
Red also says that the Hydrogen One will be a modular phone, capable of adding on accessories - most of which sound like they'll be geared toward adding to the camera's capabilities. If the pre-order price is any indication, though, prepare for a sizable dent in your bank account.
We'll likely have more information on the Hydrogen One leading up to its release. The biggest takeaway from Brownlee's video of the Hydrogen One prototype, though, may be how big the phone is. For the titanium model it would cost $1,595, and for the aluminum model, it would cost $1,295. At the time, Red was looking to launch the phone by early 2018.