Hollywood's elite cinematographers got a preview of the developer edition of the Hydrogen One smartphone as well as its modules.
The cinematography company's founder had a whole bunch of words to throw on the timeline for this hoograph-shooting camera-phone.
There's a whole bunch of flash conversation going on about how to run ads, Sprint, and also notches, notches, notches. We could use a little scotch.
RED has sent documents to the FCC to certify that that Hydrogen ONE follows radiofrequency output rules in the United States.
Innovation doesn't just have to serve what may be the most popular feature of a product that people use every day. In fact, it should go beyond popularity.
That Snapdragon 835 that RED founder Jim Jannard said would be on the Hydrogen One? Yeah, according to this benchmark, it's still there.
Believe it or not, net neutrality has not been saved by this week's Senate vote. And it probably won't be if the House and Donald Trump have anything to do with it. That, plus the launch of the OnePlus 6 on this week's show!
The "when" and the "how much" remain under wraps, but the ambitious RED Hydrogen One project has gained the official support of the top two wireless service providers in the US, which is a huge deal.
This week, we're talking about a new flagship phone from LG, Xiaomi's bright future, and the uphill for Sprint and T-Mobile.
Company founder Jim Jannard is also hoping to notch deals for networks to carry his phone and have it launch simultaneously across all channels.
On this week's show: the flagship smartphones of 2018 begin to reveal themselves in mysterious ways and the app and ecosystem shutdowns that flew by.