LG’s Doubleplay is Social Media Awesome?
This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of LG DoublePlay™ for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.
If you’re looking for a new phone this holiday season, the LG DoublePlay™ may be what you’ve been looking for.
This bad boy packs not one, but two customizable touch screens. One a 3.5-inch main display and the other a 2.0 inch sub display. Both can operate completely independent from one another or in tandem.
The operating system the LG DoublePlay™ uses is Android’s 2.3 Gingerbread. This system gives you access to the Android Market™and complete user customization with up to seven home screens and nine touchscreen shortcuts for easy one-touch navigation.
Being a social media nut, I tend to use Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ A LOT throughout my day. Having a mobile phone that can put up with my hours of use on the web is extremely important with how I pick which device I use. Thankfully this phone makes being a social media nut super easy. Whether it’s the QWERTY keyboard for typing or the dual touch screens, it makes multi-tasking MUCH, MUCH easier.
Another thing I cannot live without is group and standard text messaging. I probably send anywhere from 50 – 200 texts a day. I think I have even seen a day where I texted more than 500. Having this addiction to my messaging, I find the multiple messaging options quite intriguing. You get both Cloud Text™and Group Text™ so you can receive texts from a PC or tablet, and continue your social domination with your friends on the go.
Now I know that not every phone on the market can be for every type of user but I certainly think LG has hit a home run with this smart phone. The phone is exclusive to T-Mobile and I’ve been looking for excuses to get out of my AT&T contract, so this couldn’t have come at a better time.
Here’s a few questions for my JoesDaily readers. How many texts do you think you send in a month and how many hours would you say you spend on your phone for Social Networking? Do you think the LG DoublePlay™ would change the way you interact online and with your friends? I’m all for staying connected with my audience so I feel this would be the device for me.