Red Hydrogen One – a smartphone with a holographic screen was tortured to find out if the price for it at $ 1300 is justified. Zach Nielson on his YouTube blog showed the whole process of executing a premium mobile device. The holographic display does not scratch as much as most of the premium flagships that the blogger tested. The cameras are also resistant to damage, unlike flash. But the huge acoustic grilles above and below, made of black plastic, are easy to damage. The sides of the smartphone impress with large textured aluminum ridges. The volume buttons are metal. You can scratch the fingerprint sensor, but this does not affect its work. Placing the lighter in front of the display would not seem to cause damage to the latter, but after a few seconds the area becomes noticeable. Bending the device from the back and front gives a zero result. Nielson eventually compared the new product with the tank, however how much it justifies its price is up to buyers.