“Enable me Obi-To wan Kenobi, you’re my lone expectation.” To be straightforward, this is the primary thing that sprung to mind after finding out about RED’s new Hydrogen One cell phone. The way RED discusses the Hydrogen One, you would feel that the cell phone could cure malignancy, yet its distinguishing strength will doubtlessly be its 5.7-inch holographic show.
As per RED, the Hydrogen One’s show is prepared to do “consistently [switching] between customary 2D content, holographic multi-see content, 3D content, and intuitive recreations”. These connections can be accomplished with the utilization of elpgs03 3D glasses or virtual reality headsets like the HTC Vive or Oculus Rift.
In the event that that wasn’t sufficient, RED claims that this Android-based cell phone will utilize a restrictive H3O calculation that will “strike your faculties” by changing over stereo sound streams into multi-dimensional sound.
Also, taking page from the playbook of Motorola and Essential, the Hydrogen One will supposedly include a particular extension framework, which associates with a restrictive rapid information transport. The main module that RED is as of now talking about is a camera connection that can shoot fantastic video and holographic pictures.
RED isn’t precisely being expected on different parts of the Hydrogen One’s different components other than to express that it incorporates an earphone jack, USB-C network and a microSD opening for capacity development. Other more vital specs like screen determination, RAM, inner capacity and processor specs have been forgotten… for the present. In any case, given how much the Hydrogen One costs (which we will get to in a moment), we trust that it’s conveying no less than a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 in the engine.
RED is right now taking preorders for Hydrogen One, which will be accessible with an aluminum body for $1,195. In any case, in the event that you need to horse up for a more fascinating titanium body, that will set you back $1,595. The two variations will send in the main quarter of 2018.