RED To Launch Its ‘Holographic’ Hydrogen One Phone Soon!

The world of smartphones keep taking its turns, with new technology incorporated in the handsets every time. RED Digital Cinema is the company which is now trying its luck and coming up with its innovative Hydrogen One smartphone. The news of this smartphone came on the screen some months ago and the company is now really excited to make a debut in the Smartphone business through its anticipated smartphone.

Source: Android Authority

What’s new about this Smartphone is that it has been claimed to be “the world’s ‘holographic’ smartphone. Now, we are really curious about the kind of holograph technology being used in this phone indeed! Joining hands with Leia Inc., the phone has been given a new display screen.  Being an amalgam of innovation and entertainment, this phone is going to have a unique Nano-Photonic design and an outstanding light field ‘holographic’ display. This smartphone is really going to be one of its kind. This phone, Hydrogen One, has been rumored to be able to display holographic images and give you an AR experience. Thrilling, isn’t it? This feature would perhaps be used to display 3D maps and open a realm to innovative display of elements altogether.

The Hydrogen One smartphone can be ordered right away, as the company has started taking orders beforehand. This light smartphone with a slim and slick body made out of aluminum or titanium, is expected to be worth either $1,195 or $1,595. We are still probing the news and updates on the new Hydrogen One. However, the company has claimed that it’s still busy with the final finishes and touches of the smartphone. It might take some time in launching the phone in international markets. As expected, the phone would make it to the consumers during the year 2018. We are eagerly waiting for the Hydrogen One till then!

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