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Lumigon T3 premium smartphone boasts of special Scandinavian design

lumigon-t3Not all smartphones are created equal, although there are some models out there which do seem to look a whole lot more appealing than the others. The recently introduced iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are definitely beautiful devices in their own right, but does that mean that Apple has an exclusive claim to aesthetics in consumer electronics? Not quite, as Lumigon has proven with their T3 smartphone. The Lumigon T3 is a premium smartphone that boasts of a Scandinavian design that simply oozes with class.

Available in stores in Netherlands, Russia, Dubai and at airports around the world, it is certainly not the easiest handset to get hold of, although when you do, you would not be disappointed. The Lumigon T3 gets even more exclusive when you pick it up from Dubai in the form of the 24-karat gold edition, making this double up as a piece of jewellery.

What makes the Lumigon T3 smartphone so special? For starters, it will boast of minimalistic Scandinavian design with a durable steel exterior, while you also get to enjoy innovative features such as a night vision camera as well as the special BackTouch technology that has not debuted anywhere else. On the outside lies scratch and damage resistant glass, with both the front and back of the smartphone comprising of Corning Gorilla Glass. This helps make sure that the 4.8” HD Super AMOLED Diamond display will not end up spoiled by screen cracks.

Underneath the hood lies a speedy 2.2 GHz 64 bit 8-core processor, accompanied by 3GB of RAM with Android 6.0 Marshmallow in tow. There will be 128 GB of internal storage to help you get started right out of the box, with a dual SIM card slot to boot. At the back lies a 4K HD, while the front facing 2K HD camera will have an innovative FrontFlash for perfect selfies even when it is dark all around. The Lumigon T3 is not going to come cheap though, with an asking price of 645 Euros.

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