Red, the company behind the professional cameras used to film many of the modern Hollywood blockbusters is entering the smartphone market with a cutting-edge device that\u2019s dubbed the \u201cworld\u2019s first holographic media machine.\u201d\r\n\r\nThe Hydrogen One smartphone features a 5.7-inch holographic display that can seamlessly switch between standard 2D, holographic, 3D and augmented reality without the need for those annoying 3D glasses. The Hydrogen One will also feature a high-speed modular camera that can shoot high-quality motion, still images and 3D holographic images through a new format called \u201cHydrogen.\u201d\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nExclusive to this version of the Android OS is a converter that can shift from stereo sound to expansive multi-dimensional audio. Red is saying the quality is like listening to 5.1 surround through your headphones. There\u2019s no official word if the Hydrogen One will include a headphone jack, but from the one available image it sure looks like it does.\r\n\r\nIf you own or work with one of Red\u2019s cinema cameras, the Hydrogen One can function as \u201cCommand Central,\u201d integrating with them as both a user interface and monitor for pocket-size direction.\r\n\r\nConnectivity and charging are handled through the included USB-C cable and charger, plus Hydrogen\u2019s expandable Micro SD card slot will be incredibly useful for those high-quality holographic images. Speaking of storage, Red is yet to announce the size of Hydrogen One\u2019s internal storage and many other internal specs or any real previews of the holographic display. We\u2019re expecting a powerful processor and plenty of RAM to handle the 3D content, but time will tell.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nIf what little you\u2019ve seen is enough to convince you, pre-orders are open via the official Hydrogen website. You can choose between 2 models: An aluminium version for US $1195 or a titanium casing for US $1595. The smartphone is unlocked so you can shop around for a service provider. The Red Hydrogen One is expected to ship the first quarter of 2018.\r\n\r\nEven without a lot of details, it\u2019s still an impressive smartphone. I mean, James Cameron travelled to the bottom of the ocean and back and still couldn\u2019t get beyond those painful 3D glasses.\r\nCheck it out\r\nHave you subscribed to Man of Many? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.