As a smartphone, the Hydrogen One will be using Android OS (version unspecified) as its operating system, with a modified UI skinned by RED. The Hydrogen One will sport a 5.7-inch display that will reportedly be able to seamlessly switch between traditional 2D content, holographic multi- view content, 3D content, and interactive games.
RED also says that users will be able to view virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality content without glasses.
A new phone is coming in the mobile market with an exciting feature. However, RED says the modular accessories won't be available at launch and they didn't announce what accessories we should expect other than the fact they'll lean heavily towards image capturing. It features a novel display that uses nanotechnology to deliver a holographic experience. Clearly, RED wants to future-proof this handset as much as they can, and a modular system may be the way to do it.
With specifications not yet finalized and an expensive price, it looks like filling up the preorders for the Hydrogen One will be a tough sell for RED.
Small details are being presented on the new high-end cinematography hardware manufacturer Red on their first Smartphone device, although it has begun marketing the phone.
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The device comes in either aluminum or titanium casing. Other more important specs like screen resolution, RAM, internal storage and processor specs have been left out... for now. Audio is also impressive with the multi-dimension audio technology that complements the holographic H4V. It'll have a USB-C port for charging, and a microSD slot.
The device is now available for pre-orders on RED official website at $1,195 for the Aluminium version and $1,595 for the Titanium model.
Moreover, the announcement has also hinted the approximate prices on the phone, which will be expected to start shipping, by the first quarter of 2018. The company claims no glasses or headsets are needed to enjoy content on Red Hydrogen One.style="text-align: center;"