The company calls the screen (5.7 inches) of its development "holographic", and, according to information from the press release, using "nanotechnology" it will be able to "switch between traditional two-dimensional content, volumetric holographic, three-dimensional and will allow playing interactive games ".
It is still impossible to say what exactly is hidden under this wording. Founder Jim Jannard wrote on the company's forum that "there is no good way to describe this technology and understand how it works until you see it." In addition, he said that nothing like this has existed in the industry yet, and Hydrogen will be nothing like existing "3D smartphones" like the Amazon 3D Fire, which come with special 3D glasses.
In addition, the device uses special algorithms that transform stereo sound into “multidimensional audio” for an immersive experience. Like the Moto Z phones, Lenovo and the recently unveiled Essential Phone, the Hydrogen One will be modular, but all the accessories for it will be mostly camera.
The RED smartphone will go on sale in early 2018, but you can pre-order it now. The price is $ 1195, and for $ 1595 you can buy a version with a titanium case. At the same time, representatives of the company say that by the time of launch, the design of the phone may change and, more importantly, its price - it depends on whether RED has time to release a sufficient number of complex-to-manufacture displays on time. No details on technical specifications yet.>