AT&T and Verizon will carry the Red Hydrogen One smartphone

AT&T and Verizon will carry the Red Hydrogen One smartphone

AT&T and Verizon will carry the Red Hydrogen One smartphone

RED first opened preorders for the Hydrogen One last July with early adopters getting a discount on the steep price tag down to $1,200. 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? "When we started this project, we didn't know any cell carriers or anything about the cell phone industry".

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Hello. Add your message here. To go along with Hydrogen One, Verizon plans to launch a 4-view content network specifically for subscribers who buy the smartphone. On the plus side, AT&T also offers consumers the chance to get a first look at the holographic smartphone through a demo at AT&T SHAPE at Warner Bros. You can register for the event over on AT&T's website.

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AT&T announced that it would be carrying the RED Hydrogen One.

The built-in 4-View holographic display is like 3D without having to use 3D glasses and is paired with multi-dimensional surround sound, industrial design elements and expansion capabilities that will allow users to swap in series of modules with various optional handset features.

Not much is known about the RED Hydrogen One beside the specs. The biggest takeaway from Brownlee's video of the Hydrogen One prototype, though, may be how big the phone is. RED is no longer taking pre-orders, which had been priced at $1295 for an aluminum version and $1595 for a titanium model.

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The Hydrogen One's display grew from light-field display technology originally developed by Menlo Park, CA-based Leia, in which Red took an investment a year ago.

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