Looks like yet another Samsung handset will join the Samsung Fascinate (with the as-of-yet unannounced Gem not making any noise for a while) on Verizon as shots of a Samsung Continuum – model number SCH-i400 – have just been uploaded to the intrawebz. There are two very significant things about this device: it is a Galaxy S smartphone and it has two displays. One of the displays is your run of the mill OLED (we’re not sure if this is Super AMOLED) while there’s a second, smaller OLED display – being dubbed the “Ticker” – below the capacitive buttons that’ll show the date, time, notifications, and news and weather updates. (It’ll likely come from the same source that the daily briefing widget pulls its information from.)
There’s a dedicated camera button in tow and a side-loaded microSD card slot for easy access without yanking the battery, and a camera with LED flash on the back. No word on internals just yet, but if it’s Galaxy S branded, we expect it to come with a nice kick. We hope to learn more very soon.
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