Android-powered Lumigon T1 luxury smartphone officially unveiled in Copenhagen, Denmark

It was during this year’s Mobile World Congress when a newcomer to the mobile world — Copenhagen, Denmark-based Lumigonunveiled its Android smartphone line-up. Now one of their devices is about to start selling and we’re somewhat excited considering just how cool it looks (and sounds).

The name of the model is T1 and there are few things that make this a special smartphone:

  • It looks awesome and uses the finest materials such as steel, aluminum and scratch-free glass.
  • Bang & Olufsen ICEpower technology guarantees superior audio quality in the speaker, receiver and headphones.
  • There’s a dock available with the T1, allowing you to connect the device to a TV and access Internet services from a big screen.
  • Lumigon’s own P-GUI software is running on top of Android providing for an “extreme user experience.” We haven’t seen this in action, so we can’t comment on it – but these guys seem like they know what they’re doing.

Specs wise, the T1 gets its power from the Freescale i.MX515 processor (we’re not sure about the MHz count), and there’s also a 3.5-inch WVGA (480×800 pixels touchscreen), HSDPA modem and so on.

As for the availability, Lumigon’s all-touchscreen baby will reach the distribution outlets in selected markets by the very end of this year, with the major volumes arriving during the first quarter of 2011. The sister product S1 (slider) is expected to be launched during Q3 2011.

[Via: Engadget]

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