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Verizon and AT&T unveil (vague) plans to carry groundbreaking RED Hydrogen One

Verizon and AT&T unveil (vague) plans to carry groundbreaking RED Hydrogen One

"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". A summer release was promised and looks like it will become a reality soon as both Verizon and AT&T are reported to carry the RED HYDROGEN ONE.

The built-in 4-View holographic display is like 3D without having to use 3D glasses and is paired with multi-dimensional surround sound, industrial design elements and expansion capabilities that will allow users to swap in series of modules with various optional handset features.

The makers of the Hydrogen One recently stated that the phone was now expected in August, albeit with upgraded cameras that had not been previously announced. Phones purchased directly from RED are unlocked and dual Sim capable.

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"We have never built a phone".

However, Verizon is willing to take the risk and bring Hydrogen One's innovative technology to customers. 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.

AT&T will also be hosting a "first look event" on June 2-3 as part of the AT&T Shape Event at the Warner Bros. Attendees at the event will be able to experience the phone and its 4-View mode firsthand. Two models will be available - an aluminum version retailing for $1,195, and a titanium unit for $1,595. Neither carrier listed a specific launch date, with AT&T saying only that the phone would be available "later this summer". The Hydrogen One originally went up for presale on RED's website starting at $1,295, but it's unclear if this is the same price Verizon and AT&T will charge.