As you may already know, the Galaxy S-branded handset has two displays: a large, regular one (which seems to be Super AMOLED), and a smaller one just below (which is used to quickly display news, weather, time, Facebook and Twitter updates, and so on).
The new smartphone features TouchWiz UI, Bing search, 5MP camera, MicroSD card support, and a 1GHz processor.
See it below next to the Samsung Epic, Nexus One, and Motorola Droid X:
The Continuum currently runs Android 2.1 (like the Samsung Fascinate), but who knows, maybe Samsung will update it to Froyo by the time it hits Verizon’s shelves.
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