Have you ever heard of Lumigon? Me neither. Apparently they're a Danish company who've spent two years working on these three ultra-stylish Android phones. You can tell they're European, right? Though saying that, Nokia is European too...
The three T1, S1 and E1 models all run Android 2.1, and have TFT capacitive touchscreens, A-GPS, 720p over HDMI output, and Freescale i.MX51 processors. It sounds like they'll also have a Lumigon-developed skin over the top of Android, "to give the user even more user-friendliness," they claim. Mm-hmm.
While full specs haven't been offered by Lumigon yet, the phones will be able to be used as universal remotes and pair up with Lumigon's Bluetooth keyboard. The touchscreen candybar T1 will go on sale in the next couple of months, with the T9 slider S1 a month or two later, and the E1 later this year, featuring a "unique navigation system and a shape never experience in mobile phones." [Lumigon via Engadget]