[Rumour] Lumigon T2 Coming to Europe for around £490 – €600
The Danish company Lumigon have announced the T2 which was unveiled at Mobile World Congress, will finally arrive. Geeky Gadgets has reason to believe that the device will launch in Europe this summer for £490 – €600. Inside will be a 1.4GHz dual-core processor by Qualcomm, a 3.8 inch display, an 8 megapixel camera, Detailed specification below.
On the software side, it has a host of very good features including a digital password protected vault for storing important files. If you were looking for a smartphone to get this summer then wait until you see the Lumigon T2. It could very well surprise you.
T2 is powered by a 1.4 GHz Snapdragon™ S2 processor by Qualcomm®. This processor provides no less than split-second network connections and fast and responsive web browsing, file sharing, etc. All that, without compromising the battery.
T2 comes with 8 GB internal memory. In the microSDXC slot behind the back cover you can insert an additional memory card for increased storage capacity of up to 2 TB (2000 gigabytes). Currently, microSDXC cards of up to 128 GB are available. This means that you can store extremely large amounts of data and multimedia files on T2.
The latest version of Google’s operating system called Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) is running T2. Android offers a lot of fun and useful features, giving you access to more than 500,000 apps via Google Play.
T2 features an 8-megapixel high-quality camera that makes it easy to take great photos. It has a dedicated button on the right side of the phone. This way you have quick access to the camera whenever you encounter a perfect scene. Tap it once for autofocus and once more for shooting
Smart remote control
With the built-in universal remote control in T2, you can operate your electronic equipment at home. T2 can learn an unlimited number of commands from any of your infrared remote controls, even the one for your air conditioner.
Great audio experience
T2 comes with ICEpower® – a Bang & Olufsen ICEpower® technology that delivers a superior sound quality. The audio experience is improved even further with T2’s specially designed in-ear headset.
Beam to share
A special feature on T2 is Beam, which, via NFC, lets you share contacts, a map, image, website, or link to an app without the hassle of turning on Bluetooth, pairing, etc. Just touch two NFC-enabled Android devices back-to-back, and then tap to beam what is on the screen to your friend.
On T2 you are able to use and manage more apps effortlessly at the same time. The Recent Apps button displays thumbnails of open apps in a vertical stack that you can easily scroll through. Even better, you can just swipe an app off the screen to close it.
The T2 integrates contact details with social networks in a cool interface that offers detailed profile information, including a large profile picture, phone numbers, addresses and accounts, status updates, events etc.
Customizable home screen
On T2 you can tailor and customize your user experience. This means that home screens in Android are designed to be content-rich and customizable. You decide what and how many apps you want shortcuts to from the home screen. You can even embed live application content directly through interactive widgets.
T2 brings a cool alternative to using a password when securing your device. Now you can unlock the phone with the appearance of your face. When holding T2 in front of your face, the device will use a facial recognition technology to compare your face with a previously saved photo of it. If they match, the phone unlocks.
With T2 you can easily take a picture of what is on your screen, if you want to share it with someone else or keep it for your own reference. Just press the volume down button and the power button at the same time. Then a snapshot of the screen will be saved in the screenshots folder in the gallery.
T2 can monitor your mobile data usage and give you a history of the last month, showing you how much data you have used and on which apps. You can even set a limit on your data usage. Then, as you approach the limit, the phone will warn you, and once you pass it, the phone will disable the network connection.
Via T2 you get access to Google’s entertainment hub, Google Play, where you can buy apps, movies, books, and music in some countries. There are more than 400,000 apps available in Google Play and a lot of them come in free versions, including Facebook, Twitter and Angry Birds to name but a few. Google Play is a cloud-based service, which means that purchased content is available across Android platforms and devices.
Along with the notification bar you will find shortcuts to six popular settings. It allows you to rapidly turn on Bluetooth, for instance, without interrupting your current activity.
Detailed specification list
At Lumigon, we design and produce high-end consumer electronics.
Based in Copenhagen – the capital of Denmark – we get our inspiration from Scandinavian design traditions renowned for simple and solid elegance.
We are dedicated to creating products that are both aesthetic, innovative and functional. Thus, when developing new products, features and shortcuts, we have people’s everyday problems and challenges in mind.
2450 Copenhagen SV – Denmark
Phone: +45 36 441 000
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