RED still hasn't released any modules for its poorly received Hydrogen One phone, but we're getting closer with the company sharing a render of its new Lithium camera.
The Hydrogen One is built to be rugged and durable, but that won't stop some people from wanting to protect their investment.
A big part of the Hydrogen One's appeal is its expansive modular system, but none of them are available for the phone's launch.
RED is making a big deal out of its new glasses-free Holographic 4-View format for photos and videos, and already has a few services that make 4V content easier to find.
Now that RED's ambitious first phone is finally available, there are a few things you should consider before deciding on where to buy it from.
Cinema giant RED's first ever smartphone holds a lot of potential with glasses-free 3D and a bevy of modular accessories on the way, but it's probably not a great buy in the meantime.
The RED Hydrogen One's final release date is still up in the air, but in the meantime, a new infographic gives us a detailed look at the handset.
As a way to make up for delaying the titanium version of the RED Hydrogen One, people that pre-ordered the model will get another aluminum one for free.
Even if RED only sells a handful of them, the Hydrogen One is one interesting phone with some wild and unique features.
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