The Denmark based Lumigon Mobile posted the first official picture of the Lumigon T1 Android device. The device was originally expected to ship in July of 2010, but delays pushed the release to October 20th. The launch party will be held in Copenhagen on that day.
The Lumigon T1 will be the very first launch for the company after “two years of top secret international development work since 2008.” The phone supposedly features Android 2.2 Froyo, a front-facing camera (WARNING: speculation), 720p high-definition HDMI-output, 5 mega pixel autofocus camera with flash, GPS, FM radio, and a capacitive TFT LCD screen for quality brightness and color display. With a 1 GHz Freescale i.MX51, this phone should fly quickly. Check out the videos below to see this processor in action on Quake 3. It’s based off of the Cortex A8 platform, like many other mobile processors. The structure of the phone is made of steel, aluminum, and hard-to-scratch glass, and it’s rather contemporary design looks intriguing. Originally the phone looked much different; in development, the design was changed to include a navigation pad and microSD port on the exterior.
You’ll be able to pre-order this device from Lumigon on September 20th, a full month prior to the launch. No word yet on pricing, 3G bands, carrier availability, or any other key details. Expect more information coming soon as we approach the pre-order and launch dates.
So, you excited about this device yet?