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17 May 2018, 09:26 | Justin Tyler
The hydrogen phone has created quite a stir since it was first revealed last year
Red Hydrogen One, the oft-delayed smartphone from the famed camera maker, is finally coming out, and in the U.S. it will be coming to Verizon and AT&T. Neither carrier listed a specific launch date, with AT&T saying only that the phone would be available "later this summer".
When the REDHYDROGEN ONE launches you'll be able to look around, below and into your screen's image with a 4-view holographic display, which is better still than 3D.
Another detail missing from the carriers' announcements is how much you can expect to pay for the Hydrogen One.
It's still not precisely clear when the Red Hydrogen One will finally appear. Also, we'll most likely learn more about the phone's price closer to launch, though RED is selling, or rather sold, the unlocked models for $1,295 (aluminum) and $1,595 (titanium), respectively. That's because the phone is supposed to be the world's first holographic phone, a device that would offer users 3D-like experiences without glasses.
Simultaneously Verizon announced that it would also be carrying the RED Hydrogen One. It has a 5.7-inch screen that's created to offer a 4-View (4V) "holographic mode" which displays a "better than 3D image" without glasses, according to Red founder Jim Jannard.
UPDATE: Not to be outdone, AT&T also announced plans to carry the phone, without revealing a release date. At the time, Red was looking to launch the phone by early 2018.
We do know that it will be available on the Verizon Up rewards program, so every $300 spent on monthly bills can be turned into prizes - from VIP tickets to everyday rewards.
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