One of the more interesting and unique Android smartphones that have launched in the past few months has to be Verizon’s Samsung Continuum, with its ‘ticker’ display below the main touchscreen as the main differentiating feature.
As all other high-end smartphones, this phone will set you back $199.99 if you buy it from Verizon (and even that price is after a mail-in rebate).
But, if you get it from Wirefly, it will only cost you $79.99. Of course you’ll still need to sign a new 2-year contract to take advantage of this offer, but that is one sweet price for this device.
Aside from the two displays, the Samsung Continuum also has Wi-Fi, 3G mobile hotspot capabilities, GPS, stereo Bluetooth, a 3.5 mm headset jack, 1 GHz Hummingbird processor, a 5-megapixel autofocus camera with HD video recording, it comes with an 8 GB memory card pre-installed and runs Android 2.1.
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