Remember the sleek Lumigon smartphone we told you about yesterday? It turns out its name will be T1 and it will be running the latest version of the Android OS - 2.2 Froyo. The Danish company finally took the time to announce the handset properly and confirmed most of its specs. There is also a live photo of the device and several videos demonstrating its home-brewed interface.
The aluminum-clad Lumigon T1 will be powered by a 1GHz Freescale CPU and will pack a 3.5-inch capacitive touchscreen of WVGA resolution. A universal remote control feature will allow the T1 to control a variety of appliances straight out of the box.
Connectivity is well covered with HSDPA, Wi-Fi, FM transmitter, 3.5mm headset jack. There's also a GPS receiver. A 5 MP camera with LED flash is what the Lumigon T1 offers on the photography end.
If you get the external dock you can also enjoy HD TV-out through HDMI.
The first Lumigon T1 units should hit the shelves before the end of the year, with wider availability to follow in Q1 of 2010. The sad news is the T1 will cost good 525 euro.
And now for the promised live shot and videos.
Lumigon also revealed that they will be launching another smartphone - Lumigon S1. It will be a portrait slider version of the T1 with a multitap keypad.