Lumigon T1 is the first Android phone with Bang & Olufsen technology (video)

Lumigon, a Denmark-based company, has announced the launch of its first Android handset, called Lumigon T1.

The T1 is the first Android device to feature Bang & Olufsen’s ICEpower technology, which provides “superior audio quality both in the speaker, receiver and head phones.”

The phone also features: 3.5 inch WVGA touchscreen display, a “a special Lumigon P-GUI software implementation, to give the user even more user-friendliness”, HSDPA, Wi-Fi, FM transmitter, 3.5mm headset jack, HDMI out, built-in remote controller, 5MP camera with flash, and a Freescale i.MX515 processor (apparently clocked at 1GHz).

The T1 is quite well designed and is made out of aluminum, steel and scratch-resistant glass.

It’s said that the Lumigon T1 will be out in early 2011, running Android 2.2 Froyo and retailing at €525 (about $730). Until then, check out the three videos below (in Danish):

Via, PhoneArena

Author: Florin

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  • Buhlasd

    I wish the stock android UI would look similar to the first video showing of the 3D photogallery, a great OS but unfortunately very ugly, bland and dated. Hopefully 3.0 will look like that.

  • Mannylegacy

    I don’t know what version of Android you have on your current phone, but my Moto Droid has Froyo (2.2) and my gallery looks exactly like the one shown in the 1st video posted above =)

    PS- I guess Google has changed their minds about calling the next OS update 3.0,……..Now they’re referring to it as 2.3 LOL