BAD! BAD! BAD!
The battery will go bad soon and Lumigon will con you to send the phone all the way to Denmark which will cost you about $50 and then Lumigon will charge you $100 for the battery and the cost of shipping it back to you for another $50.
So $200 !
And you have to do this every 14 months since the battery will not last.
And the customer care is poor, rude and simply unreliable.
Avoid this brand at all cost!!!
advice, 29 Mar 2014when compared to z1 compact,the lumigon has extra features that are not present in the compact... morePoint? The Z1 has way more advantages that this. And both are not thin. So if neither are thin, but one has way better features like camera, cpu, sd slot, battery, and is still premium/water proof....AND costs way less....gues what...If you choose the other..you're not very smart...unless a specific aesthetic sticks out to you.
my experiences with the Lumigon T2:
when the T2 was announced back in 2012 i waited for a whole year to get it. Its not even been a year since I've had it and already there's bits falling off - one of the 4 silver metal strip edges has completely come off and the earphones that came with the phone has lost one of its ear-pieces. This is just from average use of the phone and I didn't even use the earphones a lot. @Lumigon so much for build quality !
I must say its a stylish looking phone with some cool features and quite appealing for the compact phone market - thats one of the main reasons I chose this over the Galaxy S4s & HTC Ones. Ironically both of these have mini versions but they've both omitted some main features from the larger variants.
The T2 camera misbehaved in low-light as the auto-focus does a lot but focus while taking a shot.
I found the battery life average and for some reason performed horribly poorly in India. Maybe its not built for warmer climates/frequency bands in those regions. The T2 got quite wet once on a rainy day and it affected the internal circuitry that caused it to show noise you'd see on old analog TVs. A full day of charging with the phone switched off fixed that though.
@Lumigon its great the T2 HD is water and dust proof but getting only a 1.7 GHz dual-core processor for £600 is a deal-breaker for me when quad-core flagships are available out there at 2/3rds of your price...
basushaunak, 29 Mar 2014Premium look does not make it a 'Premium device'....
It is targetted at an entirely different... moreOh really....Premium looks does not make it premium???
The please by all means what does????
Because Z1 Compact has the looks like this...And to me does not look as bulky up front as the Z1 does.
As well as has way more premium specs. And a much better price tag.
Also has premium build. And lovely looking UI.
So if none of that equals premium please tell me. PLEASE.
Let me guess...I figured it out. What really counts as premium is them claiming it's premium, trying to make it look pretty, using low end specs, and then over charging...Same like vertu and Iphone. Now I understand.
mclarenfan1968, 28 Mar 2014Too expensive and nothing to differentiate it from what is already out there for much cheaper ... morewhen compared to z1 compact,the lumigon has extra features that are not present in the compact.
i will gladly trade the more powerful processor of the z compact for the infrared receptor and transmitter,dual speakers,thinner and slimmer body,front flash,gesture control,glove mode,stainless steel,and the water resistant micro usb port.
Andrew, 28 Mar 2014Rubbish. What does an SD slot give you that internal memory doesn't? I never took the SD out o... moreIf you could read that was not the only reason I gave....Nor does it make it a bad reason just because YOU don't care about a standard feature that many people do. Especially if cost wise, fat wise, size wise, build wise, all reasons why there is no excuse to not include it.
So thanks for the rude, illogical, trollish reply.
Anonymous, 28 Mar 2014Troll of the yearFor saying I need an SD slot no matter how much memory is included???
That's troll of the year?
Anonymous, 28 Mar 2014I don't care if it had 1GB of internal. There is no excuse not to include an SD slot.I meant 1TB
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omg. can you guys drop the ''with that much internal space you dont need an sd card'' crap mumbojumbo ???
if i spend 500 bucks on a phone it better have a removable storage. if i drop the phone or it just dies one day, then whos gonna recover my files from the internal storage ?
WHOS GONNA RECOVER FILES FROM A CRACKED MEMORY CHIP ??????
N O B O D Y !!!!!!
Anonymous, 28 Mar 2014Does not change that it's still an over priced useless thing...And like they said...Why would ... morePremium look does not make it a 'Premium device'....
It is targetted at an entirely different audience, perhaps you did not get it...
Anonymous, 28 Mar 2014I don't care if it had 1GB of internal. There is no excuse not to include an SD slot.128 GB is more than enough and yet you need a SD card. Why don't you just buy a stupid Samsung, it would very much suit you
JasunX, 28 Mar 2014Looking at all the other comments...
Awesome design? Really? Looks like a TV Remote - what ... more"Looks like a TV Remote - what a piece of rubbish."
I dunno what remotes your TV have but mine definitely isn't steel with gorilla glass3 :-)
It looks to me like fugly grey plastic with nasty rubber knobs... nope... doesn't look like that T2 HD at all!
Andrew, 28 Mar 2014Rubbish. What does an SD slot give you that internal memory doesn't? I never took the SD out o... more"What does an SD slot give you that internal memory doesn't?"
Security when accidents happen.
I'll explain. Everybody keeps shooting pics on the phone and keep them on the phone. So does my mum. Unfortunately she also very fond of water. And she drops her phone occasionally. Unfortunately her Xperia U wasn't fond of water. The last time her phone dropped (in water) the only thing she stumbled was: "Can I still have my photo's?" DOH!
If her phone would have gotten an SD-card-slot then she could have recovered her photo's indeed. Now her photos ended up in the bin together with her Sony Xperia U :-(
I had to endure her moaning months thereafter. Needless to say she now has a phone with an SD-card slot (and stores her photos on the card).