(For its part, Verizon would only it's offering the phone later this year.) Red, which specializes in digital cameras, posted last month that the Hydrogen One's launch had been pushed back to August, though it also said the final date would be determined by its carrier partners.
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Nevertheless, if you're sold on the hype and didn't get your pre-order in before the deadline closed, you'll be happy to learn that the nation's two largest wireless providers - Verizon and AT&T - will both be carrying the Red Hydrogen One.More news: Human rights groups decry confirmation of Haspel
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We do know that it will be available on the Verizon Up rewards program, so every $300 spent on monthly bills can be turned into prizes - from VIP tickets to everyday rewards. The phone lets you enjoy 3D-like graphics sans the glasses. You'll be able to interact with those images using a set of gestures. Partnering with the two biggest United States carriers to launch a phone is really ambitious and many have failed in the past. It wasn't just a concept but it's a real phone whose prototype was shown off in a video.
Register for the event and stop by the exhibits area to sample games, movies and other content on the RED HYDROGEN ONE smartphone before it is released to the public. At the time, Red was looking to launch the phone by early 2018.
It's highly unusual for the top two wireless service providers in the USA to carry the rookie smartphone effort of a company like RED, whose expertise lies elsewhere. That widespread availability is a nice feather in the cap for the Hydrogen One, a $1,200 Android phone that's said to boast a revolutionary 3D display.