LG DoublePlay Review
0. phoneArena posted on 01 Nov 2011, 08:06
Every now and then, we come upon a device that goes outside the mold to separate itself dramatically from everything else. 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?...
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1. Zorin posted on 01 Nov 2011, 08:23 1
Funny how this keyboard went all the way to the production line. I think a 10 year old might think the same thing we all are thinking: Why do you need a split keypad with a chunky touch screen in the middle, wish a touch screen just above.
2. Tristann posted on 01 Nov 2011, 10:43 0
LOL? The Sidekick4g? Please that POS freezes like no other, it has so many bugs and cinks that have yet to be fixed. Its a great UI but the phone is laggy as hell and picture quality is horrible this is way better!
3. snowgator posted on 01 Nov 2011, 11:29 1
Hey look- it is the next phone to suffer from the Echo Effect- install a gimmick, see if someone buys it...
4. Joshing4fun posted on 01 Nov 2011, 12:58 0
So basically they're saying that they have no idea why anyone would buy this phone. I have to agree.
5. lubba posted on 01 Nov 2011, 13:43 0
I guess we all know why LG, a big player in the cell biz, is loosing financially.
6. lubba posted on 01 Nov 2011, 13:48 0
...and of course this is something Tmo would love to invest in. After the failed new sidekck, they want another failure. Could invest hrc titan or samsung focus which probably sell better no matter price. Just like amaze and gs2.
7. KingKurogiii posted on 01 Nov 2011, 17:06 0
i was legitly interested in this phone. the secondary display seems pretty practical to me but the phone's limitations kind of hamper the innovation here.
8. jamrockjones posted on 02 Nov 2011, 14:00 1
I was actually surprised when playing with the phone. I thought it looked cheap and that the frame would reflect that, but when actually holding in your hand it feels durable and sturdy. I also like the concept of a second screen. How many times a day do you have to stop whatever it is you're doing to reply to a text, it'd be nice having a separate screen that you can text from so you don't have to stop what you are doing.
10. trishgil01 posted on 07 Mar 2012, 19:09 0
actually, i have this phone and love it! the split screen can be confusing at times when im not looking and i go to touch a key and its the screen but i LOVE this phone. ive had other carriers before tmobile including having PIECE OF s**t iphone that dies every 25 minutes.. i wouldnt trade this phone whatsoever.
11. blueangel981 posted on 31 May 2012, 15:41 0
Let me just say that this is probably the worst phone i have ever used in my life!! Its glitches like no other, restarts itself daily, and constantly stops recieving messages! At first i thought the double display screen was a great idea, but the sh*t i have to put up with daily just use this phone is rediculous! ive had this for about 2 months now and its already gone to sh*t. Please.. PLEASEEE if you are considering getting this phone, just dont. You'll pretty much regret it everyday.
12. reddobey posted on 12 Sep 2012, 16:00 0
I have this phone and i love it! everything works like its supposed to, its fast, and really good screen. the keyboard is really good compared to my last phone that kept changing letters from a to something else! it was a pain in the butt to type before, but now its just like a keyboard. My fingers are skinny and small so it works really good for me (i guess if you have fat fingers it might suck, but the letters pop out so you can feel them pretty good). Im glad I upgraded my phone to this one on t-mobile, the best feature is the gps navigation! no more getting lost! lol, smart phones rock, and if you like to type allot of text messages i recommend this phone.