It also has a insane "holographic" display which few people have even seen to date.
YouTube personality Marques Brownlee saw a prototype of the phone previous year and was impressed by the holographic screen despite some rough edges that Red will presumably smooth over before the phone launches.
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AT&T announced that it would be carrying the RED Hydrogen One. Even Verizon's press release echoes a similar sentiment: "you have to hold it in your hands and experience it yourself to understand why this is such a mobile game changer". More information is available here. Studios in Los Angeles on either June 2nd or June 3rd. It gives users a link to a page where they can sign up to receive email updates about the Hydrogen One.
While we don't get any ground-breaking new details surrounding the phone itself, we do know it'll use 4-View technology. But there is one Android phone that's unlike anything we've seen, and it finally has the backing of a major carrier. One person made a video about the phone, showing off that it is real but that person didn't show off its screen capabilities. If the pre-order price is any indication, though, prepare for a sizable dent in your bank account. For the titanium model it would cost $1,595, and for the aluminum model, it would cost $1,295. Indeed, the company blames some of its delays on carrier certification. In a forum post from January regarding the phone. "This means "official" ship date for carrier phones is going to likely be sometime in the summer". According to previous communications from Red's CEO, this phone will pack in some 2017 tech, like the Snapdragon 835.