Ever since RED first announced news of its holographic-enabled Hydrogen One smartphone, anxious consumers far and wide have been chomping at the bit to learn more about this potential game-changing device. With that in mind, the company has detailed its collaborative effort alongside Lucid, as the duo look to create an 8K, 3D prosumer camera that will work in tandem with the smartphone.
The gizmo will host a pair of 4K cameras that can convert images and video into 8K, providing users the option to display the images on the phone’s holographic display and/or upload to either YouTube or Facebook. Meant to look like other signature RED cameras, the phone can easily attach itself to the camera and act as its add-on display, allowing users to “view the content immediately in 3D/4V without headsets, said Lucid CEO Han Jin.
As far as general phone specs go, the Hydrogen One comes equipped with a 5.7-inch QHD screen, Snapdragon 835 chip, 4,500 mAh battery, USB Type-C port, a headphone jack and much more.
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