Now with all the official specs leaking out today for the Samsung Continuum, is this on anyone's shopping list?
first I've heard of this device... I'll have to go look at some specs.... brb
for others http://thegadgets.net/technology-new...ions-revealed/
... released with 2.1... eek
looks cool, but not the device for me... I need more than 1ghz to upgrade oh and Gingerbread
secondary screen on this device... wonder how it will be received by Android users... to me it just looks like a dedicated spot for ad space
Last edited by Martin030908; 11-02-2010 at 09:53 PM.
I was thinking about going from my D1 to the Continuum.
The thing is I don't want a HUGH phone (like the X). I like the size of the incredible but I want new hardware.
Or should I just get the incredible? My upgrade is in 10 days...
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Get the continuum..the ticker makes a big difference and you're not compromising much screen area. More comfortable in my hand than the fascinate too.
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I upgraded from a D1 as well.
If you take a look at the specs of all Galaxy S phones and the Nexus S, aside from a few deviations, they are basically the same. Same CPU and GPU especially. So when you see a Nexus S kicking ass or a Galaxy S variant running roughshod over other phones, we can look fondly at our Continuum and say "you can do that too."
AND a grip sensor!
But in all seriousness, I'm excited to see what this baby can do. It is essentially a CDMA Nexus S with no front camera, 128MB less RAM and only 2GB of internal flash storage but more screen space (ticker and buttons) and a grip sensor.
In my mind, I see no reason why we can't shoehorn Gingerbread on this baby, crack the ticker code, over-clock the heck out of it, stuff a 32GB Class 4 or 6 MicroSDHC card in it and have a real screaming device!
Personally, for the customizing Android enthusiast, I think this is the device of choice for the time being.
We just gotta scrub off all of the 'whiz...
Got droid sometime at end of Sept.-> Returned it near the beginning of Nov.-> Got continuum on 11/26/10 -> Bricked Continuum on 1/9/11 -> No replacement yet...