The company also gave an overview of Hydrogen's features saying that the phone has a professional holographic display which "seamlessly switches between traditional 2D content, 3D content and interactive games.".
RED, the company famous for its high-end digital cinema cameras, is releasing a premium smartphone which boasts a "holographic display". The new RED Hydrogen One is an Android OS smartphone that's being referred to as a "holographic media machine" for viewing and capturing "multi-dimensional" imagery. According to RED the USP of the Hydrogen One is its Holographic Display.
The Hydrogen One is now available to pre-order with prices starting at $1,195. But I would point out that this isn't the first time we've seen companies experiment with 3D content on the screen. "It is not lenticular, which is inferior tech in every way, has been tried many times before and failed for good reason". An aluminium version will retail for $1 195 and a titanium version for $1 595 though these prices are subject to change.
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RED has a tendency of creating their own technologies for their products when those technologies don't quite exist yet like they did with the RED One, their first 4K camera. All that is known as of now is the that the phone will have a USB-C port, headphone jack, and an expandable microSD card slot. The announcement from RED does also detail that the Hydrogen One will make use of some modular functionality.
Camera maker Red is making its foray into the smartphone space. The idea sounds like the Hydrogen One will provide some of the experience you'd get wearing 3-D glasses - only without the glasses.
The smartphone will also provide a RED Channel support to users which will allow them to find 3D and VR content online. That headline feature is so important that RED hasn't actually bothered to say much about what other specs the Hydrogen One has. It will be a modular phone, too, similar to what we've seen from Motorola and its Moto Mods. Now, the company is looking to launch its first smartphone which is expected to "shatter the mold of conventional thinking".