The phone will launch in Q2 2014 and will be priced at €730; store availability only limited to Denmark
We surely remember the T1 and T2 mobile phones by the Danish company Lumigon but that was a long time back in 2012. Now the company has decided to fall back in the picture and has been planning on rolling out some Android smartphones with decent specs and a preimum quality build. The company has now announced the T2 HD as a new member to its T lineup and just like Lumigon had planned, the phone does feature a premium stainless steel body with a slender 8.5mm frame.
The phone's 4.3-inch display has a resolution of 720p and it not only has been covered with Gorilla Glass 3 but it also features the IP58 water resistance. No matter how charming these physical attributes might appear but the processing department of the phone seems to be lagging far behind and with the looks of it, the phone might not be able to prove itself as a tough competitor to all the latest smartphones. It runs on the Snapdragon chipset with 1.7 GHz dual-core Krait CPU and Adreno 320 GPU and has 2 GB in its RAM. The top and bottom stereo speakers are powered by Bang & Olufsen and the phone sports a pretty impressive 13MP Sony-made shooter along with a 2.4MP front-facing camera that does 1080p video and has a front-facing flash of its own which is great for taking selfies even in low light.
All though these features might seem more then attractive but the highlight of the new phone's announcement is the 128GB of available internal memory which is not so likely in a smartphone. And this pretty much explains why the phone has no Micro SD slot. Other hardware features include LTE connectivity, Bluetooth and WiFi, GPS, NFC, IR-blaster, FM radio, secondary microphone, glove mode, and a stainless steel dock for charging and data transfer which come along with the package. The phone is expected to be released by the second quarter of this year and will be priced at €730 after taxes. The price is for the 32 GB model so those of you who are lookign forward to the 128 GB storage should be ready to pay an extra sum for that version.