The LG DoublePlay has been made available on T-Mobile’s website today. You can walk away with this unique looking device for $100 on a new two-year agreement ($400 otherwise).
If you can’t already tell from the blatantly obvious photo of the device above, the LG DoublePlay boasts dual displays, one a 3.5 inch primary display and the other a 2.0 inch secondary display. To the left and right of it is a split QWERTY keyboard. It looks like quite the odd layout but we’re sure it will be a breeze to get used to.
The display is said to be used as an apps launcher as well as a tray for incoming messages from social networking services. The idea is that you can view and reply to your friends using the secondary display while the primary one is used for important or fun things, such as web browsing or gaming.
It’s not too bad of a device when considering its specs, either, as it has a 1GHz processor, a 5 megapixel camera with flash and 720p HD video recording, Android 2.3 and LG’s UI on top. Considering its aforementioned price, there’s not a whole lot more to ask for here.
The device is currently temporarily out of stock on T-Mobile’s site but we expect that to change soon. We also expect the device to be offered in stores starting on November 2nd. Click here to check it all out. [MobileBurn]
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