Samsung Continuum postponed by Verizon until November 18
3.4-inch Super AMOLED capacitive touch-screen display with a resolution of 480x800 and a secondary one dubbed the "Ticker".
The "Ticker" is an all-around great idea, because it means you can see a lot of relevant data without using your power-hungry main display. It's useful as a notification bar showing missed calls, text messages and e-mails, but it's even better that you can see RSS feeds, stock information, weather report or news with minimal power-consumption.
The only not so good thing about the Continuum is that it will launch with Android 2.1 on board, but the manufacturer has promised a swift update for the device. Until November 18 comes around, check out our Samsung Continuum hands-on preview and tell us of your expectations for this peculiar device. And, of course, hundreds of thanks to our tipster for this important piece of information.
*UPDATE: And there goes the Samsung Continuum, available for purchase today - November 11. You know, no one is perfect, and neither are our tipsters. Sorry guys, we'll try to make up for it next time. By the way, did you hear about that iPhone 4 on Verizon coming December 8? Now, that's a story!