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RED Hydrogen One FCC listing showcases final design, reveals 4,510mAh battery

RED Hydrogen One FCC listing showcases final design, reveals 4,510mAh battery
Just in time for the scheduled release this month, the RED Hydrogen One has just received its FCC certification in the US, confirming some spec details and also showcasing some images of the final design.

In terms of the hardware, the certification listing confirms that a hefty 4,510mAh battery will be included in order to keep the holographic display on. Additionally, the smartphone will ship with dual-SIM capabilities and appears to be compatible with all LTE bands in the US except for T-Mobile’s Band 71. This means that those who don’t purchase the smartphone through a carrier will be able to use the network of their choice. Aside from this, while unconfirmed by the FCC listing, previous benchmarks have revealed a Snapdragon 835 and 6GB of RAM. Also, Android 8.1 Oreo is expected to ship straight out of the box.

Switching over to the external side of things, the FCC listing contains multiple images that showcase the smartphone from every angle. These confirm the presence of a USB Type-C port and front-facing stereo speakers. Additionally, avoiding any of the recent trends, the smartphone will ship with a much more traditional 16:9 display. Also, a total of four sensors are present on the smartphone in the form of two dual-camera setups. Lastly, the photos confirm the device’s unique design and the presence of a pin connector on the rear that will allow multiple different modules to be mounted on the smartphone.

At this point in time, no exact launch date has been provided, although the fact that FCC has granted RED the necessary certifications does confirm that the date is nearing. Finally, for those who may be interested in the smartphone, it will be available to purchase via both AT&T and Verizon upon release.

source: FCC via: PhoneScoop

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