Dual screen Galaxy S: Samsung Continuum caught in the wild

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Samsung’s popular Galaxy S handset looks to be getting a slightly longer, dual-screen sibling in the shape of the Samsung Continuum. Spotted in the Verizon roadmap, the intriguing handset has been pictured out in the wild. Scroll down for all the pics and details.

With a model number of SCH-i400, the Continuum shares many specs with it’s Galaxy S stablemate. Both run off the 1GHz hummingbird processor, have 336MB of RAM and a Super AMOLED main display.

The Continuum branches out by adding a smaller ticker-tape style display along it’s bottom edge, again presumably a Super AMOLED.

This touchscreen is activated by touch, and provides real-time updates from social networks and mail clients. Swiping through gives you access to the data you’re looking for.

No news on a UK release yet, but it’s certainly tickled our fancy. We’ll have more news soon, but for now feast your eyes on the pics below.

Via: BGR

Gerald Lynch
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One thought on “Dual screen Galaxy S: Samsung Continuum caught in the wild

  • I don’t like the rounded corners. leave the designy crap for apple!

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