Some of you might be aware that high-end camera maker Red has been working on a smartphone called the Hydrogen One. It first confirmed the existence of this device back in 2017 and while the device was supposed to be released earlier this year, the pre-orders haven’t even shipped yet. That’s going to change this week as the company finally starts shipping pre-orders. There’s a new infographic online now which details almost all of the Red Hydrogen One specs.

Never before have the specs of this device been listed in such detail so this will certainly be appreciated by those who have been waiting for this device to ship. Red confirmed last month that it’s delaying the titanium version of this device after a botched production run. It’s going to give customers a free aluminum version of the device while they wait for the titanium version to ship.

One of the defining features of this device is the 5.7 inch 2D and holographic display that has 2560×1440 pixel resolution. It can even capture and display holographic H4V video and stills. The device comes with spatial surround sound support.

The 12.3 megapixel rear and 8.3 megapixel front “stereo” cameras aside, the device comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. It has a massive 4,500mAh battery which will keep the lights on. All of this technology is packed inside a rugged aluminum and kevlar body.

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