You may not have heard of Lumigon before - I hadn't. A quick Wikipedia visit informs me that it is a Danish technology company, specializing in high-end and premium smartphones. Its previous phone, the T2, launched in 2010, with the T2 HD released in 2014.
The latest creation to come out of the Copenhagen-based company is the T3. Lumigon describes it as a premium smartphone with unique features in Scandinavian design. Looking at the press shots of the phone, it certainly is different from other devices on the market - it has a curved top and bottom but straight edges, and a screen that at least appears to blend into the frame surrounding it.
Specs-wise, the Lumigon T3 is respectability equipped with a 4.8-inch Super AMOLED 1280x720 display, an octa-core processor clocking in at 2.2GHz, 3GB RAM, and a 13MP camera. There's also a fingerprint sensor on the front, and touch sensitive back and menu buttons (or maybe recents, it's hard to tell). The front camera is 5MP with its own flash, while there's a camera button on the bottom right for taking quick shots. The storage amount is at 128GB, with no lower options. The phone also has some unique features, such as night vision and stainless steel construction.
The T3 will be available in black, white, and orange, as well as a 24 karat gold option. The rails and buttons are also available in different colors. The phone is also dual-SIM, opening up sales opportunities beyond what single SIM may have in specific markets. The black model is up for purchase now at €645 ($732), while the white and orange versions will be available in July. Included in the box is a designer headset crafted from stainless steel.