Lumigon makes smartphone and related accessories, specifically for Android operating systems. Three of their devices, the T1, T2 and S1, serve as smartphones and remote controls for televisions. The T1, which took two years to design and finalize, was scheduled for release in 2010. The T2 was originally scheduled for release in late 2012. In May 2013 T2 was available for sales in Europe and Asia.   Both phones have a Bang & Olufsen audio system and use Gorilla Glass. T2 also came with a vault for storage of passwords and confidential data.   The design of Lumigon products pulls inspiration from Scandinavian design tradition. The T2 smartphone has been highlighted as a stylish alternative to the popular brands on the market such as HTC, Samsung and the iPhone.   In January 2014 Lumigon revealed plans about launching a 4G device.
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