RED Hydrogen One is coming to AT&T and Verizon 'later this summer'

Terry Joseph
May 18, 2018

Separately, Red announced that AT&T and Verizon will be the exclusive carriers of the Hydrogen One at launch in the United States, with Claro and Telcel carrying the phone in Latin America.

Things have been rather hush-hush since then besides a vague preview and the announcement of a Leia partnership, but today things are once again picking up steam as the company has announced both AT&T and Verizon will carry the device later this summer. The $1,200 smartphone has a groundbreaking 5.7-inch screen capable of displaying a "better than 3D image" without the need for glasses or an augmented reality headset.

You'll be able to verify those bombastic but vague claims for yourselves "later this summer" on AT&T, and "later this year" on Verizon, with no words on recommended retail pricing. "When the Red Hydrogen One launches, you'll be able to look around, below and into your screen's image with a 4-view holographic display, which is better still than 3D".

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"Red Hydrogen One was designed with cutting-edge technology that simply can't be described". To go along with Hydrogen One, Verizon plans to launch a 4-view content network specifically for subscribers who buy the smartphone. An aluminum version of the phone had a pre-order price of $1,295, while a titanium version was listed at $1,595.

The smartphone "will provide you with significant advancements in the way you create and view content on the leading network for entertainment", Kevin Petersen, senior vice president of device and network services marketing for AT&T said in a statement. In case you've been wondering, the Red Hydrogen One isn't just for 4D viewing.

AT&T will also be hosting a "first look event" on June 2-3 as part of the AT&T Shape Event at the Warner Bros.

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