Main menu

Scrolling is kept to a minimum with the home screen spanning both displays.

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Virtual keyboard

I really appreciated being able to have a full large keyboard on one screen and the writing area on the other. The extra room made for easier typing.

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Mobile browser

A Web page can run on both displays as well. The gap between them limits long finger swipes, but that wasn't too bothersome.

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Gaming

When playing a game, you can see two player views simultaneously.

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Photo gallery

On the top screen are the current photos you're viewing, while the bottom screen shows your entire gallery.

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Camera

In the camera mode, the user controls and viewfinder are on separate displays.

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Google Maps

You can get even more of the country in one view.

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Main menu

The main menu can double up as well.

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