RED Hydrogen One Titanium Variant leaks through FCC

The RED Hydrogen smartphone is a mythical figure for quite some time. The handset has been in development and has leaked several times, now seems that the device is close to seeing a release since a new FCC leak reveals the Titanium Variant of the handset.

The FCC listing included a generous amount of pictures of the handset, revealing design, internals and even the charger that will be supplied alongside the smartphone.

The Red Hydrogen Titanium variant comes with the model number H1T1000, a clear reference to the Terminator series. The device carries a rugged build, not a surprise since this device boasts the Titanium name and is being made to be durable. On the right side of the smartphone, the handset brings a dedicated camera button.

On the rear, the smartphone brings pings that are quite similar to the ones present in the Moto Z series. In fact, the RED Hydrogen is expected to come with a modular design, the company will introduce additional MODs for extended battery life, improved camera capabilities and maybe a mod that boosts the audio experience.

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When it comes to internals The RED Hydrogen One will come with a 5.7-inch 2560×1440 pixels display that besides the 2D capabilities of a standard smartphone will also support a holographic 4view mode. Inside, the smartphone will carry the last year’s Snapdragon 835, which can be a bit underwhelming considering that the competition has already moved to the newer Snapdragon 845. Furthermore, the handset will boast Dual SIM capabilities, sports Dual Front and Rear cameras, 3.5mm Headphone Jack, USB Type-C port, and Stereo Speakers. A generous 4,510mAh battery unit will be present to ensure that the RED Hydrogen One has enough fuel to run through an entire day.

The RED Hydrogen is expected to come on October 9 for those who have already pre-ordered it. The Titanium variant will cost $1,595 while the standard aluminum variant $1,295 will be available in the US via the AT&T and Verizon carriers on November 2.

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