The extra time will also allow RED to launch the phone on multiple carriers at once.
RED threw us all a curveball last July with the announcement that it’d be shifting away from multi-thousand dollar cinema cameras for a second to make an Android phone. Unfortunately, it looks like we’ll have to wait a bit longer before we can actually get our hands on the thing.
The RED Hydrogen One was initially supposed to be released during Q1 of this year, but RED later pushed its sights back to this summer. Now, the company is saying it won’t be until August before the phone is launched.
Delayed releases are never cheery things to talk about, but RED’s reasoning for its decision here sounds more than fair.
The Hydrogen One will now be able to natively record 4V content.
One of the highlights for the Hydrogen One is its 4-View holographic display that’ll allow you to move your head to look around objects in certain photos and videos. RED was originally going to sell an attachment that’d…