The first official picture of Denmark based Lumigon new Android device the T1 has been posted. The handset has seen its release date pushed back from July to October 20th when the launch party will be held in Copenhagen.
A story on Briefmobile.com is reporting that the launch will be the company’s first after “two years of top secret international development work since 2008.” The handset will allegedly be running Android 2.2 Froyo and will feature a front facing camera. Other features the phone is thought to be having are a 720p HDMI output and a 5 mega-pixel camera with flash.
The handset will available for pre-ordering direct from Lumigon a month before launch on September 20th. A 1-GHz Freescale i.MX51 processor will be powering the phone which you can see in action below on Quake 3. The body of the T1 is made of aluminum, steel, and scratch resistant glass. So far no pricing details have been released or carrier availability, but this information should become available as launch date gets closer.
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