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Red Hydrogen One Hands-On: Gimmicky Holograms, But Mods Have Promise

BURBANK, California — The Hydrogen One isthe first smartphone from high-end digital camera maker Red, and for a phone that’s supposed to hit shelves this August, it’s still pretty mysterious.

All you have to do is drop $1,295 on this Android-based smartphone ($1,595 for the titanium version), and the company promises an awe-inspiring holographic display, a modular system you’ll actually want to use, and dual rear and front cameras for capturing 4-View stills and video.

For sound, the phone will have bigger-than-average stereo speakers, a headphone jack and an onboard audio encoder that can turn regular files into A3D (a replication of surround sound).

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