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Verizon and AT&T unveil (vague) plans to carry groundbreaking RED Hydrogen One

Verizon and AT&T unveil (vague) plans to carry groundbreaking RED Hydrogen One

The Hydrogen One phone was first announced in August 2017.

Nevertheless, if you're sold on the hype and didn't get your pre-order in before the deadline closed, you'll be happy to learn that the nation's two largest wireless providers - Verizon and AT&T - will both be carrying the Red Hydrogen One. While it is capable of displaying standard 2D images, the Hydrogen will have a unique and revolutionary 4-View mode with the ability to "look around, below, and into" the screen image.

For those who are still considering getting their hands on the phone, the good news is that we might now have a timeframe to look forward to and it is this coming summer. The 5.7-inch phone's major feature is a holographic display that can project 3D images.

However, Verizon is willing to take the risk and bring Hydrogen One's innovative technology to customers.

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Prices and additional specifications have also not been announced, though the phones were available for preorder earlier from Red for $1,295 in aluminum or $1,595 in titanium, according to the company's website.

The smartphone "will provide you with significant advancements in the way you create and view content on the leading network for entertainment", Kevin Petersen, senior vice president of device and network services marketing for AT&T said in a statement.

A year ago high-end camera maker RED announced that they would be getting into the smartphone business with an upcoming handset called the Hydrogen One. Register for the event and stop by the exhibits area to sample games, movies and other content on the RED HYDROGEN ONE smartphone before it is released to the public.

For enterprises, the handset will offer new possibilities for sharing information, news, products and social media content.


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