It looks like the folks over at Lumigon are working on what they call the Lumigon T3, and this is no Terminator handset, but rather a fourth generation smartphone from Denmark, which will obviously follow in the footsteps of its predecessors, which will be known as the Lumigon T1, T2 and T2 HD. In fact, what we do know of the Lumigon T3 has been revealed through this solitary leaked image.
Interestingly enough, the dual camera setup that is located on the back makes for some very interesting speculation – between the two lenses lie a very, very small window, which could very well be a laser autofocus unit. Apart from that, there are no other elements in the photo, which might actually be a flash, who knows? Rumor has it that the T3 will arrive with a Mediatek Helio X10 chipset with an octa-core CPU and 3GB of RAM, accompanied by Android 5.1 Lollipop.
All good things must come to an end, or so the saying goes. However, it also makes sense if something that is bad or not good at all must also come to an end, as it would be madness to continue a certain kind of destructive behavior or pattern. The folks at Firefox have been alerted to the situation where their Firefox OS is concerned, and decided that they will no longer offer Firefox OS smartphones through carrier channels.
This particular move happened because Mozilla figured out that they cannot deliver “the best user experience possible” where smartphones are concerned, and hence, decided that it is better to cut its losses and to bail out from smartphone development totally. After all, the Firefox OS handsets rolled out to date have been low-end without bringing much success.