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RED Hydrogen One graphic outlines the holographic phone's specs

You can see most of them, at least.
Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
October 17, 2018
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RED has been dribbling out details of its much-delayed Hydrogen One phone for a long time, but getting a proper summary of its features has been... difficult. Thankfully, director Phil Holland has stepped up to the plate. Now that the first pre-orders are shipping, Holland has published a "tech overview" infographic showing just what you'll get. Some of them you may be very familiar with, such as the 5.7-inch "holographic" LCD, dual front and back cameras and the pogo pin connector for add-ons. Others may be relatively new to you, such as the 6GB of RAM, 4,500mAh battery and the "deep cavity" stereo speakers.

The graphic doesn't mention absolutely everything -- it doesn't talk about the 2017-era Snapdragon 835 chip, for example. Still, this might give you a better idea as to whether or not it's worth trying RED's inaugural smartphone. You're ultimately buying a video tool, and the smartphone attached is a nice bonus.

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