Verizon to get LG Vortex and Samsung Continuum on October 29th

Verizon to get LG Vortex and Samsung Continuum on October 29th
The Samsung Continuum and the LG Vortex are two new Android devices heading to Verizon and are slated for an October 29th release.

The Samsung Continuum is a new version of the Galaxy S phones that have seen great popularity across all of the networks. It packs the same 1 GHz hummingbird processor and beautiful Super AMOLED display. It should handle multi-tasking nicely with its 336 MB of internal memory. The biggest feature of this phone is the second screen at the bottom of the device. Should be fun to see what it can do.

The LG Vortex doesn’t boast the same impressive specifications as the Samsung Continuum, but it does come preloaded with Android 2.2. It has a 600 MHz processor stuffed inside of a body that features a 3.2-inch screen. It also has a 3 megapixel camera, aGPS, Bluetooth and any of the other things you would expect to find in a mid-range smartphone. No pricing is available at this moment, but October 29th is only a little more than a week away.

source: Slash Phone

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2. sjung

Posts: 15; Member since: Oct 22, 2010

I really hoped they would release a little bit smaller version of the Fascinate. But this Samsung Continuum and LG Vortex release should be an interesting one to watch.

1. cthunder unregistered

Wow really? Only a 3MP camera? Bad idea. Why would anyone want a smartphone with a 3MP camera when you can get the low cost LG Ally or the Droid2? Doesn't really make any since when non smart phones sport at less a 3.5MP Camera.

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