Red Hydrogen One looks badass in titanium, just like a Terminator should

One of the photos of the titanium Red Hydrogen One on the Federal Communications Commission’s website.


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We finally get a good look at the Red Hydrogen One phone in titanium thanks to photos posted on the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) website. And it looks badass inside and out and has a model name that references a character from the Terminator.

Red announced the phone last summer and delayed its release multiple times. It has a unique 3D “holographic” screen – Red calls 4-View (4V)  – as well as dual cameras on the front and back that can capture 4V photos and videos.

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Techhnews got to see a working prototype of an aluminum version at an event back in May and we were impressed with the 4V screen.

Red’s “Request for Confidentiality” to the FCC didn’t cover photos and because of that we get views of the titanium phone and its components from every angle.

The filing also indicates that Red changed the phone’s model number from H1A1000 to the much more epic H1T1000. The number is a reference to the liquid metal villain of Terminator 2: Judgment Day so it seems appropriate to call the Hydrogen One the “Terminator Phone” — first coined by Droid Life’s Tim Wrobel. This nickname definitely fits especially since Red’s logo looks eerily similar to the robotic eye of a Terminator 800 series.

The FCC photos don’t reveal anything new about the phone, but could indicate that Red is on track for a Nov. 2 release on Verizon and AT&T.

The photos are below:

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