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RED Will Launch the Hydrogen One on AT&T and Verizon This Summer

17 May 2018, 09:26 | Dale Webster

CREDIT Courtesy of RED

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It's highly unusual for the top two wireless service providers in the U.S. to carry the rookie smartphone effort of a company like RED, whose expertise lies elsewhere.

Red Hydrogen One, the oft-delayed smartphone from the famed camera maker, is finally coming out, and in the United States it will be coming to Verizon and AT&T.

Coming from a company that's known for its camera business, the Hydrogen phone looked like vaporware when it was first announced last August.

If the "world's first holographic media machine" sounded a little too good or too ambitious to actually hit stores anytime soon, you should be happy to hear that recent delay is most likely not an ominous sign of vaporware material.




AT&T announced that it would be carrying the RED Hydrogen One. More information is available here. 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. You'd be able to add modules to your phone to improve certain features, a trick mentioned in Verizon's announcement as well.

AT&T said in its press release that the device would be available later this summer with Verizon only committing to a window of "later this year".

The holographic display and other features on offer will really have to impress to make the Red Hydrogen One stick out in 2018. Studios in Los Angeles. Apple, for what it's worth, has patents detailing holographic screens. If the pre-order price is any indication, though, prepare for a sizable dent in your bank account. RED is no longer accepting pre-orders for the phone.



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