Red Hydrogen One lands at Verizon and AT&T on November 2 for $1,295
After almost a year and a half since its initial announcement, Red's groundbreaking Hydrogen One smartphone is finally ready to launch. Pre-orders should have shipped already, but what if you want to purchase yours from a carrier? Well, in that case, both Verizon and AT&T have your back.
Regardless of which of the two carriers you pick, the full price of the device is $1,295. If you don't enjoy shelling out that much cash all at once, installment plans are also going to be available of course. Verizon will have you give it $53.95 per month for two years, while AT&T demands $43.17 for 30 months.
The handset will become available on November 2. The phone is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 chipset and has real-time 4-view video capture capabilities. When you view such recordings on the device itself, you're able to look around and behind objects that you see on its holographic screen.
- 05 Nov 2018
I checked it again and i was right you were wrong or prove me othervise mr. Genius.
- 03 Nov 2018
jajajajaa better for the customer
- 01 Nov 2018
Actually, you need to recheck your math. At those figures AT&T is charging a dollar more for the phone, and both are less than $1296.