The company RED, which is expert in making good high-end cameras, has announced that the company is making a phone named as Hydrogen One, and will ship the phone with a unique feature. The phone, which will be available in two avatars, will retail for a whopping $1,195 (Rs 77,500 approximately) and $1,595 (Rs 1,03,000 approximately). For furthermore astonishment, this would be the first ever smartphone that will carry a holographic display screen.
The audio is a step above what you'd expect from an ordinary smartphone, too.
Hydrogen One: World's first holographic smartphone.
Glasses Obsolete " Wearable displays not spoken here.
RED said it's also using an algorithm to transform stereo sound into multi-dimensional audio, which should make the holographic display and overall phone experience more immersive.
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If you are familiar with the Red brand at all, you probably know the company as the maker of some insanely expensive super-professional level cameras.
It is tough to get excited about a new smartphone these days, but RED's new Hydrogen One might just pique your interest.
The Hydrogen One smartphone as of now cost around $1,195 for the aluminum trim and a $400 extra for the titanium trim.
There are chances of the design changes along with specs and delivery dates. With the suggestion that later orders might not be fulfilled on time, due to production limitations with the display. Red cautions it cannot guarantee these prices at release time and it did not make a distinction between the two models. Early birds will receive a special small token. Whatever you do, you should absolutely not pay $1200 or $1600 for the handset, at least not before RED actually proves this thing exists and works. Today, for some odd reason, they introduced a smartphone. The RED Hydrogen One is modular like all RED cameras with a new high bandwidth bus interface, allowing you to add new components that might not exist yet. Most of the specifications aren't known as yet.
Similar to Amazon's somewhat gimmicky Fire phone 3D technology, as well as the glasses-free 3D tech featured in Nintendo's 3DS, the Hydrogen One also features three-dimensional functionality. This phone definitely isn't for the average customer. Maybe even 8K? That will be the difference between a few models sold and a couple of thousand models sold.