The Danish company behind “internationally not-so-popular” T1 and T2 smartphones, Lumigon has announced its premium Android smartphone T2 HD water-resistant with stainless steel body and most importantly, a 128GB of internal memory.
Lumigon had previously launched T1 Android phone in 2010, while the T2 was launched in 2012. This time, the company has added pretty decent specifications inside the T2 HD smartphone packed within the 8.5mm frame, 4.3-inch HD display and Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection.
However, the processing power is not comparable with today’s flagship smartphones, as Lumigon T2 HD comes with 1.7GHz Snapdragon dual-core processor and Adreno 320 GPU. The specs sheet includes a 2GB RAM, Bang & Olufsen stereo speakers built at top and bottom, 13-megapixel primary camera made by Sony, 2.4-megapixel front camera with both front and rear flash, LTE support, NFC, FM radio, WiFi and a stainless steel dock for charging and data transfer.
The device lags behind in the power supply, where it comes with a 1,700mAh battery and it doesn’t come with a micro SD card slot. The display should have been came with a full HD 1080p Full HD screen. Meanwhile, the device comes with latest Android 4.4 KitKat firmware pre-installed with few smaller UI changes.
The company also announced to release a 24-carat gold version of the same model at the same time of the T2 HD launch. If you have more money to burn, hold it right there.
Lumigon T2 HD smartphone Price and Availability:
The company has announced that the Lumigon T2 HD will be launched in second quarter of 2014 in Denmark’s brick & mortar stores, while the other Eropean markets could order the handset via company’s own online store. As per their track-record, this device wouldn’t enter other part of the world, including India, United States, China and Australia.
Lumigon T2 HD will be priced heavily, at €730 (around $1000 in USD) for the 32GB variant, while the 128GB handset’s price tag expected to reach as high as $1200.
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