When it was first announced in July 2017 the RED Hydrogen One super-phone created quite the splash, thanks to a Leia-made 5.7" lightfield holographic display and a pin-based expansion system that allows for attaching a range of hardware modules. The system is similar to Motorola's Moto Mods, but probably more focused toward high-end video given the brand we're dealing with.

Since then delivery has been pushed back several times, most recently because the company needed some extra time to receive carrier certification. However, now we have a fixed release date: November 2nd. Pre-orders will ship on October 9th.

The Hydrogen One aluminum version will be available through AT&T, Verizon and Telcel
for $1295

Additionally, Red founder Jim Jannard has shared several actual product photos on the Hydrogen product forum that allow for a good look at the device's large dual-camera module. The Hydrogen One also comes with a rugged-looking design that features a lot of carbon fiber, giving the phone a pretty unique appearance.

The price tag will unfortunately be unique as well. The Hydrogen One aluminum version will be available through AT&T, Verizon and Telcel for $1295. The titanium variant will be out in 2019 and set you back an additional $200.