Lumigon T2 is a designer Android smartphone with Bang & Olufsen audio
While some smartphone manufacturing are trying to wow you with specs, others are attempting to accomplish the same with style. Danish company Lumigon falls into the latter category, and their latest creation, the Lumigon T2, is currently on display at MWC 2012.
Glass and stainless steel are the materials predominant in its construction ensuring that the Lumigon T2 looks and feels like a premium device. It sports a minimalistic design that style conscious crowd will likely be quite happy with. In case you are curious about its specs, the Lumigon T2 has a 3.8-inch high resolution display protected by Gorilla Glass, and handling the computational workload is a single-core Snapdragon S2 processor at 1.4GHz. The camera on the handset's back is of 8 megapixels and can shoot 1080p video, while the front-facing camera is ideal for video conversations. We also have to mention that the smartphone runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich delivering the most up-to-date Android experience.
But that is not all as the Lumigon T2 has a few tricks up its sleeve. With its built-in infrared blaster, the device can operate as an universal remote control, which is a feature that we rarely get to see on smartphones today. Also, it is enhanced with audio by Bang & Olufsen just like its predecessor, the Lumigon T1. And if that is not enough, a special action button located on the smartphone's front can be programmed to perform a given function even when the device is locked.
So, if you are willing to own one of these, the Lumigon T2 will cost roughly 500 (about $670). And that is not bad considering the ridiculous four digit prices that some other designer handsets retail for. Expect seeing the device on sale at some time within the first half of 2012.