The new Hydrogen One has a holographic screen produces 3-D visuals without needing special glasses.
Hydrogen One is the company’s first smartphone. Its sports a 5.7 inch QHD, 3D LTPS-TFT Display( 515ppi ). The display has a Holographic 4-View (H4V) capability that allows for multi-dimensional viewing without special glasses of any kind. The HYDROGEN uses the new Leia nanotech display, which is a clear substrate under the LCD that captures 4 distinct views in both landscape and portrait orientations.
The Hydrogen’s stand-out feature is 3D photo and video capture, which the company calls “4V” or “four view.” There are four cameras on the device arranged in two stereo pairs on the front and back. At the rear, the smartphone -sports a dual 12.3-megapixel camera of 1.55μm pixels with f/1.8 aperture. On the front, it got an 8.3 Megapixel, dual camera setup.In 2D mode, HYDROGEN can also utilize the stereo pair cameras for its bokeh mode. HYDROGEN uses the generated depth map from the two cameras to create a focus falloff effect.
The Hydrogen One runs on Android 8.1 Oreo and is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 MSM8998 Octa-core processor coupled with 6GB of RAM and 128/256 GB of onboard storage. It has a huge 4500mAh battery.
The HYDROGEN One is designed as a modular smartphone, similar to what we’ve seen with the Motorola Moto Z series and with the LG G5’s pogo pin array on the back for connectivity. RED says that future modules include a cinema-quality camera with a sensor designed by the RED camera team.
You can add a power pack for increased battery life, expand the phone’s memory to capture more of your precious moments or attach a camera module with interchangeable lens mounts. For now, the pins on the back of the Red Hydrogen One will remain there unused until we get word from RED about the mods.
The RED HYDROGEN One is available in rugged titanium and aluminum models, each with durable Kevlar panels, and intuitive, functional RED-designed sides and controls. and it is priced at $1295.