Lumigon T1 Launching by Year’s End, Features Bang & Olufsen ICEpower Audio Amplifers



The Lumigon T1 was first announced by the Danish company way back in February. At that point in time it looked to be a promising Android 2.1 handset that would put all others to shame. After little was heard about the phone for so long, when Lumigon announced the unveiling party for the handset many thought it simply wouldn’t come close to breaking any new ground as it was originally thought. We are happy to say that, on paper at least, this phone still has a chance to run with the big boys.

The handset has been updated to run on Android 2.2 (Froyo) with it’s own custom UI, and features an 800MHz Freescale i.MX515 processor, a 3.5-inch 480×800 LCD touchscreen, and 5MP autofocus camera. But this phone is designed to be a multimedia powerhouse. HDMI output, FM radio and transmitter, and the ability to double as an AV remote for all of your gear are just a couple of media highlights. But we have seen all of that before. What we haven’t seen is a phone designed with high-quality audio amplifiers for a superb experience over it’s own speakers, through a pair of headphones, or jacked into an external system. Bang & Olufsen ICEpower audio amplifiers are sure to provide excellent audio reproduction.

Throw in a sleek and modern design and you have a handset that makes my mouth water. The phone will be available towards the end of  the year, though details on where and for how much are scant.

[via Androinica]

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  1. If it somehow offers tmousa 3g I’m getting it.

  2. Doesn’t look bad at all, but I’ve hear it’ll cost more than €500. Pricey.

  3. Is the bootloader locked down?

  4. Isn’t B&O known more for their product design than their audio quality? I thought they were not very respected within the audiophile community. Could be wrong though.

  5. Nice!!

  6. @Kwaping

    You are correct. B&O sells because of the style and assumed sound quality. They are nothing more then a flashier more expensive Bose.

    I sold High End Audio, then video for quite some time. I have delt with Pass Labs, Wilson Audio, Thiel, Martin Logan, Mark Levinson (pre Harmon owned), Linn, Audio Research, VPI, etc etc… Of all my years, I cant think of a single customer that bought B&O for its sound quality.

  7. @dave

    Wait so is this something worth saving up for in your honest opinion?? Cause I NEED music to keep me sane at my job lol..

  8. nice phone

    but ugly price tag

    525 EUROS -_________-“

  9. B&O has decent audio gear, but like Bose they are VERY over priced. They live on name really.

  10. Looks like a sweet pmp F’ed an android handset. And this was their bastard child.
    Still very sweet in its own class.

  11. FM Radio and Transmitter with B&O Audio components!…Sounds like a pretty feature rich and stylish hand held media centric phone. A step ahead of the competition if you ask me. But the proof is in the pudding, so to speak! I would love to see a review of ALL of these features and a comparison of A/V media playback quality for comparable Android based devices.

  12. That phone is way to big to have a small screen on it like that…

  13. If this phone goes to Verizon, will it have Bing&Olufsen?

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