Lumigon Unveils T2 HD Android Smartphone With Premium Finish

Lumigon, a Copenhagen based pone maker, has announced a new member to its premium smartphone devices called the T2 HD. This model is a successor to the company’s previous smartphones,  the T1 (2010) and the T2 (2012), and has a 4.3-inch display on a stainless steel body. It is also designed to be dust and water resistant.

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Lars Gravesen, CEO at Lumigon, said that “This phone is a piece of quality craftsmanship that we’ve built with care and passion. The materials used were carefully selected to be durable without losing their exclusive look and feel. You feel the quality clearly when holding the device in your hand. Therefore, we encourage everyone to feel the difference.”

Technical Specifications

  • Android 4.3 with 4.4 upgrades over the air
  • 4.3″ 720 x 1280 pixel HD display with Corning Gorilla Glass 2 protection
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU 1.7 GHz Dual Core
  • Adreno 320 GPU
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 32, 64 or 128 GB internal memory
  • 13 megapixels Full HD camera with flash and lowlight backside illumination sensor
  • 2.4 megapixels Full HD front camera with FrontFlash
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n
  • Bluetooth 4.0 with A2DP
  • NFC – Near Field Communication
  • Water-resistant Micro USB port
  • Infrared receiver and transmitter
  • FM receiver
  • A-GPS with GLONASS
  • Compass
  • G-sensor
  • Gyroscope
  • Proximity
  • Ambilight
  • 1700mAh battery

While we can’t argue that the physical structure of the T2 HD is really beautiful its internal specs won’t let it be able to compete with current flagship models of other manufacturers. It only uses a dual-core processor clocked at 1.7 GHz when most mid-range devices are already using quad-core processors. It also only has a 720p display and a rather low 1700mAh battery.

On the positive side though the device has several features that make it quite attractive. Its water and dust resistance feature means that it can be used in any weather condition.

For those who love to take selfie shots then the T2 HD is the perfect device to use since its front camera has a flash which is called the FrontFlash. Now you can take that perfect selfie shot or even make video calls even in dark environments.

Music lovers will also admire this device for its crystal-clear audio feature. Lumigon incorporates the Bang & Olufsen ICEpower technology on this device which allows it to deliver a premium sound quality.

The T2 HD also comes in a 128GB model which is enough space to store all of your movies, photos, and games. If this storage space isn’t enough then it can be expanded using a microSD.

Lumigon will be launching this device in the second quarter of this year in Denmark at a price of 730 Euros or roughly $1000. A limited edition version with 24-carat gold is also going to be available which will definitely be priced higher.

via lumigon


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  1. Ha! I could not agree more. Who would pay a grand for a phone? Not me! I think they would need to make a much better phone with a longer battery life. I would hate to see the price of the 24-carat gold one.

  2. A thousand dollars for a phone is just ridiculous. Heck, you can get a killer desktop for that these days! Who would pay that? I mean, really!!

  3. Way to overpriced. Why would anyone want such a costly product when there are better phones for much cheaper price?

  4. I can’t believe that for a thousand dollars it doesn’t come with a better battery than what it does. 1,700 mAh is absolutely pathetic; it should be two or three times that for the money!

  5. For a thousand dollars, you better be getting a terabyte of memory and a laptop to boot! Seriously, who would pay that much for a phone???

  6. I notice that the phone comes with either 32, 64, or 128 gigs of memory. For $1,000, how much memory are you getting? Is the phone a grand for 32 gigs or a grand for 128 gigs?

  7. And I thought Apple were good at scamming people with over priced products. But these people go one step ahead.

  8. Wow, does anyone spend their money on this phone? I mean $1000 for a phone which has no good specs. Apart from the finish, nothing premium about this.

  9. The one grand price tag is not at all justified. Apart from the RAM and the camera on the back, nothing here is premium.

  10. The battery is a joke here. What were they thinking? Also, for that money, I would expect at least a 1080p FHD display, if not QHD, which is almost a standard for premium phones these days.

  11. The specs are nice minus the battery, which I find to be lacking at only 1,700 mAh, but there’s no way I’d pay a grand for a phone. I wonder how much the 24-carat gold version will cost.

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