AT&T to Carry the First Holographic Smartphone: RED HYDROGEN ONE - AT&T Newsroom

Red's Hydrogen phone wll have a 'holographic display.'

Red's Hydrogen phone wll have a 'holographic display.'Image red

AT&T confirmed as well that it will sell the RED Hydrogen One "later this summer". 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. The 5.7-inch phone's major feature is a holographic display that can project 3D images.

"When the RED HYDROGEN 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".

"We have never built a phone".

The holographic display and other features on offer will really have to impress to make the Red Hydrogen One stick out in 2018. Given that the phone is launching on both a CDMA and GSM carrier bodes well for its compatibility overseas, but it's hard to say if Red will retain the ability to sell the phone unlocked through its own channels.

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"This is the single most exciting thing I have ever worked on", said Red founder Jim Jannard in a prepared statement.

AT&T and Verizon announced their plans to sell the handsets manufactured by Red in separate announcements on May 17. In addition to the new smartphone, the company behind the smartphone will launch the HYDROGEN network, an exclusive network of channels with 4-View content. "A phone like this deserves the best network in the country, which is why we can't wait to bring it to Verizon customers later this year". Studios in Los Angeles. A high-end camera module has been rumored to launch for the phone, but we'll likely see some predictable ones come at launch, like battery packs and speakers.

The Hydrogen One's display grew from light-field display technology originally developed by Menlo Park, CA-based Leia, in which Red took an investment previous year.

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