Every smartphone manufacturer seems to have the best low-light camera nowadays, every year we see bolder and bolder claims, but there’s not many that can truly hold this claim.

That said, Lumigon might just have the answer for you with their new night-vision capable T3 smartphone, after all, what better way to capture low-light photos than with night-vision?

That said, this is not a smartphone that you want to hide with in the dark, featuring a great-looking design that has been constructed using marine-grade 316 stainless steel and Corning’s Gorilla Glass 4 coating for a truly tough, yet good-looking smartphone that is water and dust resistant.

Lumington T3-2

Probably the main selling point is around the back, with dual cameras that can be conjoined to capture 4-megapixel night-vision stills with a dual infrared flash system.

During the day, those cameras can also be used to capture great 13-megapixel snaps, with awesome added extras like dual tone flash and phase detection autofocus. The rear-facing camera can also shoot 4K video, as well as 120FPS slow-motion video.

Around the front, you will also find a 5-megapixel shooter.

Sadly, the display is only 4.8 inches, with a 1,280 x 720-pixel resolution and 308ppi.

But there’s more, inside you will find a 2.2GHz octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.

The smartphone also runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, with 24-bit/192kHz audio playback, wireless charging and a BackTouch display that allows you to scroll websites or complete other actions from the back of the smartphone.

For all that you are going to have to put aside some cash, theLumigon T3 is priced at $925 (£63) or $1200 (£820) for the black addition.

It will be available in June in Black Black, White Diamond and White Gold, the last two will probably be a lot more than what we previously mentioned.

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