Some mobile phones are made to stand out from the crowd. The Lumigon T2 is one such phone that can be programmed to control any of the electronic devices that supports infrared. A T2 in your hand is like a universal remote control with which you can operate your AC, TV, game console etc.

Recently Nokia announced the Nokia 808 PureView phone with 41 MP camera and then Asus unveiled their Asus PadFone. These handsets come with new innovative features which sounds amazing, but for a price. The T2 no doubt will be pricey.

Lumigon T2 features and Specifications

The T2 runs on the Android ICS OS (4.0) and is powered by a 1.4 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. The 3.8 inch Gorilla Glass ultra sharp touchscreen supports resolution of 480 by 800 pixels.

The Limigon T2 has got a sleek design with a 9.9 mm thickness with stainless steel rails. Another great feature is the 8 MP camera w/ flash. The camera comes with interesting features such as face detection; auto focus etc. and you can record videos too. There is a camera in the front for making video calls / chat.

Other features are MS3 sound chip for high quality output, NFC, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS. The android 4.0 OS comes with android market that can be used to download many apps. The media player that comes built in supports many video and audio formats. You can enjoy live music with the built in FM radio receiver. This phone can also act as a FM transmitter.

Lumigon T2 android ICS works like a Universal remote control
Lumigon T2 android smartphone

The main feature is the universal remote control which can be programmed with any devices that operated via infrared. You can even point your old remote to the top of the T2 handset and it will automatically learn from it. Another unique feature is gesture recognition which can be used to navigate through the phone menus by simply waving your hand.

The Limigon T2 is a premium phone and will be launched in selected markets by the end of 2012.

For more Info read T2 Smartphone from Limigon.

By Rajeev Rana

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