Saturday, December 17, 2011

LG DoublePlay: Dual-Screen, Split-Keyboard

This post brought to you by LG DoublePlay™. All opinions are 100% mine.

LG officially announced LG DoublePlay™, a unique Android 2.3 handset with dual touchscreens and split QWERTY. Here's the scoop: the DoublePlay's powered by a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU and offers a 5MP rear-facing camera capable of capturing 720p HD video.

Where it gets interesting, however, is in the DoublePlay's design -- it uses a 3.5-inch display on top, sliding out to reveal a 2-inch internal screen sandwiched in between both halves of the keyboard. As it turns out, both screens can be used separately or in tandem with each other, depending on your needs. It is available exclusively through T-Mobile, so if that's your carrier it's something to consider.

Other features include:

  • multi-tasking abilities to surf the net, update facebook, check email, and/or text all at the same time!
  • 5 mega pixel camera with LED Flash
  • 720p HD video recorder
  • many texting options including Cloud Text or Group Texting
  • Access to Android Market and Apps
  • Dual capacitive touch screens for multi-taskers and social networkers like me!

Personally, I spend a lot of time messaging and on social networking. And if I had this amazing piece of hardware, it would have surely made my life smooth. It would also be an interesting way to communicate with all my relatives and with no discomfort of writing text on touch screen as keyboard is there too..!

I'd love for y'all to leave comments and let me know how many hours y'all spend texting, engaging via your social networks, and if you think a phone such as this would be useful for you.

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  1. Well, the LG Doubleplay is one of those smartphones that attempts to provide a practical experience in typing messages with its split-style QWERTY keyboard. Naturally, it comes off as a tangible distraction from the usual litter we're normally accustomed to seeing, but will it actually enhance or improve the experience?

    1. It promises to bring another dimension to your use of your smartphone. And it looks it would live up to that promise.

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