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Here's what the 'holographic' display could look like on the upcoming $1,200 RED smartphone

Tech YouTuber Marques Brownlee (MKBHD) had a great hands-on video with the RED Hydrogen One smartphone in early August, but unfortunately he wasn't allowed to show the "holographic display" the company had talked up. Personally, the Hydrogen One's holographic display was the one thing I was hoping would be revealed, as it can be difficult to get excited about tech when we're not exactly sure what it'll look like or how it'll work.
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