The RED Hydrogen One “Holographic” Phone Arrives This Summer

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RED, a company best known for making high-end cameras, is getting into the smart phone industry. And their first release is shaping up to be the most ambitious and highly anticipated device since the original iPhone. The RED Hydrogen One is a high-end smartphone powered by Android. This means that all your favorite software, such as cell phone spy apps, will run on this device. It also comes with one of the most advanced cameras ever seen in a mobile phone. Users will have the ability to attach different lenses to further improve image quality. Specs aside, the main reason why this phone has received so much attention is due to it’s “holographic” display.

The RED Hydrogen One

RED's "Holographic" Phone Comes To AT&T And Verizon This Summer

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While saying a phone can produce holograms might sound like something straight out of Star Wars, some early reviewers seem to be pretty impressed with the RED Hydrogen One’s 5.7″ display. According to RED, the phone uses a 4-view video format that allows the device to project a 3D image without the need for special glasses. Obviously, there’s much more going on in the background than just a new video format. But RED has been pretty keen on keeping the details behind the display a secret.

The one thing we do know about this mysterious display, is that RED had help developing it. Leia Inc. (another Star Wars reference) partnered with RED to bring the phone’s hologram technology to life. According to the company’s website, Leia Inc. is focused on bringing light-field display technology to mobile devices. Check out the video below for a preview of what to expect when the RED Hydrogen One releases this summer.

Now that you know a little more about RED’s Hydrogen One “holographic” phone, what do you think of it? Would you ditch your Samsung Galaxy or Apple iPhone to test out this new device? Let us know in the comments below.

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