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If you've been patiently waiting with anticipation for RED's upcoming Hydrogen One smartphone, we've got some disappointing news for you. The company announced this week that the titanium version of the smartphone has been delayed yet again.  According to RED founder Jim Jannard, the first production run of the titanium phones has been a disaster mixed with "all fail". He claims that it is extremely difficult to product the titanium version of the smartphone, and unfortunately, there haven’t been enough blemish-free product coming from its ODM to fulfill all of the preorders that RED has racked up at this point. "Our pre-order Ti customers are the highest order," Jannard added.... Read more...
What at one timed seemed to many like vaporware to many is finally coming closer to release. RED's Hydrogen One holographic smartphone just gained approval from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which paves the way for it to be sold in the United States. Some additional details about the phone were gleaned from the FCC's report including the fact that the device supports all current U.S. wireless carrier LTE bands (with the exception of T-Mobile's Band 71) and that it has a relatively large 4,510 mAh battery. It also has dual SIM slots, which are popular with international travelers. Powering the smartphone is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, which was all the rage with... Read more...
It’s been nearly a year since RED announced its Hydrogen One Android smartphone, which sets itself apart from a crowded smartphone field with a holographic display. The smartphone was originally supposed to ship during the first quarter of 2018, but we’re now learning that it will actually arrive this summer. Both Verizon Wireless and AT&T, the #1 and #2 wireless carriers in the United States, today announced that they will carry the RED Hydrogen One. “This revolutionary smartphone will provide you with significant advancements in the way you create and view content on the leading network for entertainment,” said Kevin Petersen, AT&T SVP for... Read more...
RED, a company known for super high-end Hollywood movie cameras, announced last month that it would be building a smartphone. The biggest claim to fame for the device, called the Hydrogen One, was the glasses-free holographic display. The smartphone would also be able to be used as a remote control for the RED camera systems. What bothered a lot of folks is that other than talking up that holographic display and the ability to control RED cameras, not much else was known. That RED Hydrogen One prototype smartphone has now turned up on a video by Marques Brownlee, who is among the first to see the device in person. The video also shows more images of the smartphone that were reportedly of prototype... Read more...