Red Hydrogen One: we know everything (or almost) about the holographic smartphone

Red Hydrogen One: we know everything (or almost) about the holographic smartphone

Expected for August, RED’s Hydrogen One will not be released until November. This highly anticipated holographic smartphone now delivers a large part of its technical data sheet intercepted by Android Central.

Image 1: Red Hydrogen One: we know everything (or almost) of the holographic smartphoneIt is on a detailed infographic that most of the components of theHydrogen One here is the list:

  • 5.7 inch LCD panel (2560 x 1440 pixels)
  • 6 GB of RAM
  • 128 GB of storage
  • Dual 12.3-megapixel rear photo sensor (4056 x 3040 pixels) with flash
  • A dual 8.3 megapixel front photo sensor (3840 x 2160 pixels)
  • A 4,500 mAh battery
  • One USB-C port
  • A fingerprint reader on a slice button
  • Front stereo speakers with A3D surround sound
  • A dual SIM and microSD slot
  • A jack output
  • A button for the camera
  • A connector to fix modules at the back

>>> Hydrogen One: the holographic smartphone launch postponed to November 2Image 2: Red Hydrogen One: we know everything (or almost) of the holographic smartphoneTo this must be added that the design of the Hydrogen One is shaped to fit the user’s hand. Ergonomic, it reveals notches on its edges to naturally position the fingers.

The most interesting thing about this device remains its screen. Compatible with H4V technology from Leia, he is able to project holograms. A video call can therefore reveal the other person’s face outside the screen. We can imagine many applications to this system including e-commerce which would display products in 3D. Ditto for video games or more professional applications.

We also expect a lot from the photo part of this Hydrogen One, RED being recognized for its capture devices. It is this American company that supplies the cameras used by Netflix for its productions.

It remains to know the processor who will be installed there. A few months ago, rumors mentioned an aging Snapdragon 835. Hopefully RED will have reviewed its choice by the time its smartphone is released.