Lumigon, the Danish manufacturer of cell phones, showed their Lumigon T1 (which critics have described as the most elegant design for a mobile) with the new operating system Android Froy (2.2).
The Lumigon T1 uses a 3.2-inch touchscreen with a resolution of a terminal pair somewhat questionable that claims to be competing with the iPhone: 480 x 320 pixels. Freescale has a 1 GHz processor, video output with HDMI mini port, 5MP camera (with flash), Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Assisted GPS and accelerometer.
The handset will available for pre-ordering direct from Lumigon a month before launch on September 20th. A 1-GHz Freescale i.MX51 processor will be powering the phone which you can see in action below on Quake 3. The body of the T1 is made of aluminum, steel, and scratch resistant glass. So far no pricing details have been released or carrier availability, but this information should become available as launch date gets closer.