Lumigon is a Danish company headquartered in Copenhagen that designs and manufactures high-end smartphones and related accessories. Founded by Lars Gravesen in 2009, Lumigon is the first Danish smartphone brand. Lumigon products are claimed to be designed with a focus on durability, quality craftsmanship and Danish design traditions of simplicity, aesthetics and functionality. Lumigon devices and software are designed at the company's headquarters in Copenhagen, and manufactured in China. The T2 HD smartphone was launched in 2014.
Lumigon makes smartphones for Android operating systems and related accessories. Three of their devices, the T1, T2 and T2 HD, serve as smartphones and remote controls for televisions. Lumigon was founded in 2009 by CEO Lars Gravesen. He previously founded and owned software companies, including DanTeam, Zyb and Excitor. The name Lumigon is a cmbination of 'Lumière' (French for 'light') and 'Polygon', i.e. light and shape.
The smartphones developed by Lumigon run under the Google Android operating system. The company develops its own features and apps, and related accessories including headsets, docking stations and chargers.
Lumigon's first smartphone, T1, was announced in February 2010. The "T" stood for "touch". The model had a simple black-and-white design. It ran under Android 2.1, with Lumigon P-GUI software. T1 had a Freescale i.MX51 processor, a TFT 480 x 800 high-resolution 3.5" touchscreen, a 5-megapixel camera and Bang & Olufsen's ICEpower technology for enhanced audio quality. The phone could be used as a universal remote control device, with the ability to record any command from another infrared remote control.
In February 2012 Lumigon announced the T1's successor, the T2, with a new design and upgraded technical specifications. T2 was built around a stainless-steel frame and had tough Corning Gorilla Glass on the front. The phone ran Android 4.0 and was powered by a 1.4 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. It had an MS3 sound chip from Bang & Olufsen ICEpower, a 3.8" high-resolution screen, and an 8-megapixel camera with a flash on the back and a camera on the front for video calls.
In 2014 the T2 HD was released, with stainless steel rails and a similar design to the T2. The screen is larger at 4.3", with 720 x 1280 pixel resolution, there is Gorilla Glass 3 both on the front and back, the phone is rated dust- and water-resistant to IP55. It has a 13-MP back camera with flash and BSI sensor, and a 2.4-MP front camera with flash. T2 HD runs Android 4.4. Proprietary Lumigon features and apps include Behavior Control, ActivityKey, Sunlight mode, Glove mode, QuickTouch, and Handwave.
- Buckley, Sean. "Lumigon's T2 smartphone wants to control your TV, obey your commands". AOL Tech. Retrieved 27 December 2012.