A source has told Droid-Life today that the Samsung Continuum and LG Vortex will both be released by Verizon on October 29.
The Samsung Continuum is an Android smartphone that was first seen a couple of months ago in a leaked Verizon roadmap for this fall. Then last month, not one, but two sets of pictures of this device leaked – and showed its Super AMOLED dual-displays in all their glory. The Continuum is rumored to pack the same 1 GHz Hummingbird processor that currently powers the entire Galaxy S line and 336 MB of RAM.
The LG Vortex also leaked last month, and this will also be an Android device. Rumored specs include a 3.2-inch HVGA (480×320) touchscreen, a 600 MHz processor and a 3.2 MP camera. This may just be a slightly redesigned LG Optimus One.
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The Continuum seems to be an upper-midrange device and the Vortex looks like it’s a lower-midrange smartphone. Pricing information for either model has yet to appear, but if they will indeed launch by the end of the month, the official details should be out soon.
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