RED Hydrogen One with 3D Display, Full Specs Unveiled

RED, a company most known for their high-end cameras often used in movie shooting, have recently been putting their hands in the mobile industry with a very unique phone, namely called RED Hydrogen One.

The RED Hydrogen One is one of a kind device which should bring a new viewing experience in the smartphone world. The Hydrogen One will indeed sport a 5.7-inch QHD 4-View Lightfield Display to create a incredible 3D experience even without the use of special glasses. That’s possible thanks to Nanotechnology used in the Holographic 4-View (H4V) display which creates a depth map and adds two more views (4V) in real time. Said it simple, it’ll look 3D as you move the phone around like anything you’ve ever seen before.

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Other now confirmed specs on the RED Hydrogen One include a year old Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 CPU, paired with 6GB of RAM and either 128GB or 256GB of internal storage in the titanium variant.

There’ll be two stereo 12MP cameras at the front with 4K video recording support, while on the front we find two 8MP shooters. The fingerprint scanner has been placed on the side, with the battery inside having a capacity of 4500mAh.

The RED Hydrogen One was available starting at $1.195 and up to $1.595 last year, when it was up for pre-orders. The smartphone is set to launch very soon but we don’t know at what price yet.

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  1. Jez Humberston
    October 24, 2018

    I am a fan of true innovation, a decent 3D screen and planned high quality camera modules sound fantastic, but cannot believe they are using an 835 processor in 2018.. surely they could have planned to add the 845.. and the basic cameras seem lacklustre. Personally would have updated to 845 and added 3 rear cameras, to really justify the $1500 cost and provide a credible phone to compete with 2018’s flagship phones, which are generally $500 cheaper.

  2. Rabbitkun
    October 24, 2018

    oops, that phone is one generation late :/

  3. Freeje238
    October 24, 2018

    An 835 even with a 3D display? They should bring down the price to a half.