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Samsung Continuum is official, launching on the 11th

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 08 Nov 2010 22:20 User comments (4)

Samsung Continuum is official, launching on the 11th Verizon has officially unveiled the Samsung Continuum today, with a release date of November 11th.
The new Samsung smartphone will be the first to include a secondary display, a small 400x96 AMOLED ticker that displays live news, weather, time and texts/emails/IMs.

A special sensor turns on the small ticker display when users grab the bottom of the phone.

The main hardware uses a 3.4-inch 800x480 Super AMOLED display while the phone runs on a 1GHz Hummingbird processor. The smartphone has 8GB of internal memory and a 5MP camera with HD recording.

Unfortunately it will launch with the outdated Android 2.1 mobile OS.

Pricing starts at $199 with contract.

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4 user comments

18.11.2010 23:10

you forgot to mention what operating system it uses

28.11.2010 23:51

Originally posted by Josipher:
you forgot to mention what operating system it uses
Edited.

39.11.2010 6:13

Rather obvious just from looking at it.



49.11.2010 16:19

not many android phones in my country, so no, it isnt.

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