Red doesn't do anything halfway — its cameras have consistently pushed the boundaries of digital filmmaking. The Hydrogen One Smartphone applies this ethos to your most-used gadget. Its 5.7-inch display is being labeled a "4V" screen, with the ability to display holographic images. To capture them, it has 3D cameras on both the front and rear, as well as A3D spatial audio, dual SIM slots, a Snapdragon 835X processor, and a connector that works natively with the company's camera systems. There's also a Cinema Camera module you can snap onto the back for higher-quality video capture. Its scalloped metal body will be available in aluminum or titanium, and will be rolling out on AT&T and Verizon later this year.