Last summer, professional camera company RED announced it would release the "world's first holographic media machine" in early 2018. The Hydrogen One phone was immediately available for pre-order starting at $1,195. RED teased an image...Show More Summary
Teasing us with specs always seems to get us a little excited, especially when it comes to something new and different. Sure, smartphones aren’t exactly new, but the RED Hyrdrogen One sure appears to be. The world’s first phone with a holographic display that doesn’t require any kind of glasses. Show More Summary
RED’s CEO shares specs and explains some key features for its curiously-hyped Hydrogen One phone.
The Red Hydrogen One will arrive on at least one US carrier this summer, according to company execs. Updated hardware specs detailed.
Remember the Hydrogen One phone that RED announced last year? Well, we finally have more details about it because RED founder Jim Jannard just shared more details about the product. The Hydrogen One certainly qualifies as one of the most unique Android phones we’ve seen in years. Show More Summary
Back in July RED introduced its Hydrogen One smartphone with a holographic display. Now, The Verge is reporting that following pre-orders, the device is finally set to ship this summer. News initially broke via RED’s CEO and founder Jim Jannard who took to the company’s forum just yesterday to also detail specs for the phone. […]
In July of last year, high-end camera maker RED announced Hydrogen One, an Android-powered smartphone with a price tag of $1200+ and a shipping timeline of Q1 in 2018. Pre-orders went up at that same time, so people who had the money...Show More Summary
RED, a company that is well known for their high-end, professional-grade cameras, announced the Hydrogen One smartphone last year. Now, months later, we finally have some more information regarding its upcoming launch. In a blog post published recently, RED confirmed that the Hydrogen One is still on the way [...]
This actually sounds really nice. All the way back in July of last year, RED came out of nowhere with the announcement that it was working on a smartphone with revolutionary camera tech, a 3D holographic display, and a fancy modular system. Show More Summary
RED's "holographic" smartphone is expected to launch with carriers this summer rocking a Snapdragon 835 chip.
One thing Tuesday’s next-gen iPhone unveiling likely won’t include: a holographic screen. Digital cinema camera maker RED in July announced “the world’s first holographic media machine”—the Hydrogen One smartphone, available to pre-order starting […] The post Red Teases Upcoming ‘Holographic’ Phone Screen appeared first on Geek.com.
Pro camera maker RED came out of nowhere a few weeks ago with a Hydrogen One smartphone of its own, which is supposed to deliver features not available on any of the regular smartphones you can purchase right now. Chief among them was a holographic display capable of providing a glass-free holographic experience. Show More Summary
The maker of the buzz-inducing, high-priced Hydrogen One phone reveals a startup called Leia provides its 3D display technology.
Are you ready for holograms on phones? Earlier this summer, camera maker RED announced that they were working on the Hydrogen One, a $1200 phone that it claims will offer customers the very first holographic display on a phone. Today,...Show More Summary
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, theShow More Summary
RED Digital Cinema has revealed some more information on how the 'holographic' display of its first ever smartphone will work.
Last month RED announced its $1,200 Hydrogen One Phone, which was described as the “world’s first holographic media machine.” Today, we’re finally getting an early look at the device itself beyond the previous teaser mock-up image thanks to a video from tech-focused YouTuber Marques Brownlee, aka MKBHD. In the video Brownlee describes the multiple different prototypes of […]
We got our first look at Red's $1,200 Hydrogen One, which features a massive design and tons of techy features aimed at hardcore camera enthusiasts.
Cinema camera maker RED wants to dispel any doubts that its Hydrogen One camera is real.