RED Hydrogen One is coming to AT&T and Verizon 'later this summer'

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

If that seems like a lot to ask for a smartphone, even in this age of the $999 iPhone X, Red believes the Hydrogen One's feature set justifies the price tag. But it's actually AT&T that will give the public a first look at the "future of entertainment" with a Los Angeles demo on June 2 and 3 as part of the AT&T Shape expo.

RED's Hydrogen One is one of the more mysterious phones given that not much is known about the phone.

When the RED HYDROGEN ONE launches you'll be able to look around, below and into your screen's image with a 4-view holographic display, which is better still than 3D. It also has a insane "holographic" display which few people have even seen to date.

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In the press release, Verizon says that the Hydrogen One will be available later this year.

While we don't get any ground-breaking new details surrounding the phone itself, we do know it'll use 4-View technology.

Building off of the modular roots of the Moto Z, the Hydrogen One features a pogo pin system that will allow for add-ons that enhance the functionality of the phone over time. "Unlocked" Pre-orders will however ship before that". Its holographic 3D without glasses screen has never been previewed before. An aluminum version of the phone had a pre-order price of $1,295, while a titanium version was listed at $1,595. The biggest takeaway from Brownlee's video of the Hydrogen One prototype, though, may be how big the phone is. RED said that they didn't have an official shipping date yet because they were at the mercy of the certification process.

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