The Continuum's unique 1.8-inch super AMOLED ticker display sits beneath the 3.4-inch main multi-touch screen and feeds the user news, weather, sport as well as incoming message alerts
Samsung's new Continuum smartphone is to debut in the U.S. via Verizon on November 11 and sports two AMOLED displays - a main screen where most of the everyday functionality takes place and a smaller ticker window where news and message alerts appear
Not content with offering smartphone users just a single touchscreen, Samsung's new Android-based Continuum model sports two AMOLED displays. Sitting underneath the main screen is a ticker display that is used to feed the user news and information without interfering with what's being displayed above. Other features include a 5 megapixel camera, the ability to act as a hotspot for other wireless devices, and a six-axis sensor that works with the accelerometer to offer fluid pan and tilt gaming.
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