Verizon’s Samsung Continuum, a Galaxy S phone with a unique secondary ‘ticker’ display, still hasn’t been officially announced, but that hasn’t stopped details about it from leaking over time – including a video. The Continuum will be released on November 11, according to a previous rumor. It has also recently been featured as a holiday gift idea on Verizon’s site.
New information, including ‘Top things to know’ about the Continuum and a comparison with Verizon’s current lineup of high-end Android devices, has leaked. This information looks like it’s coming from leaflets used to train Verizon employees about the features of the phone.
(Re)confirmed details about the handset include the fact that it has a 3.4-inch primary display (with a 480×800 resolution), the ‘ticker’ secondary display has a resolution of 96×480, the processor powering the device is the same 1 GHz Hummingbird employed in all the other Galaxy S phones, internal memory is 2 GB, ROM is 512 MB, RAM is 384 MB, an 8 GB microSD card is pre-installed, the camera is 5 MP and has a LED flash and records HD video.
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