Not much is known about the RED Hydrogen One beside the specs.
It's still not precisely clear when the Red Hydrogen One will finally appear.
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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.
YouTube personality Marques Brownlee saw a prototype of the phone a year ago and was impressed by the holographic screen despite some rough edges that Red will presumably smooth over before the phone launches. They will be previewing the phone to the public showing games, movies, and other content that will be available on it.
Are you planning on picking up the RED Hydrogen One whenever it launches?
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You can sign up to be notified when Verizon will have the Hydrogen One in stores at this link. This means the phone can handle 2D, 2D, AR, mixed reality and VR, all without additional hardware or headsets. Studios between June 2 and 3 as part of AT&T Shape. Verizon also doesn't give a release date for the phone.
Availability on AT&T and Verizon should be a huge win for RED, especially considering that the Hydrogen One sounds like a phone you'll need to see in person to really experience what it has to offer. Apple, for what it's worth, has patents detailing holographic screens.
When it was announced in 2017 two prices were listed on the pre-order website.
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