Verizon has started accepting pre-registrations for RED's Hydrogen One smartphone. You can head to the carrier's official website, and sign up (by providing you email address) to receive updates about the phone's availability.
Last month, RED confirmed Verizon and AT&T will be the official US carrier partners for the Hydrogen One. A quick look at AT&T's website reveals the carrier is yet to kick off pre-registrations for the device.
Pricing for the handset begins at a whopping $1,200, with availability set for this summer.
After 5 months of work i can buy it(aluminum version),not worth for my salary
I agree about RED being overpriced, but they cannot be compare with Hasselblad since these 2 make camera intended for completely different use, Hasselblad mainly made high res medium format studio camera while RED is high res cinema camera with RAW v...
I like how your trying to talk like your better than HTC, do you own a multi billion dollar company?