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Most unconventional Android devices of all time

by: Edgar CervantesJuly 3, 2015
We take a look at some of the most unconventional Android devices of all time, some of which were commercial flops, others that actually ended up taking off in a big way.
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Round-up of Samsung’s Continuum event

by: James TromansNovember 9, 2010

Samsung Continuum

We were hoping that this event could bring us news of the Google Nexus 2. Alas, all we’re left with is another innovative product from Samsung offering a 3.4-inch display. What a shame! (sarcasm).

This ‘Samsung Galaxy S’ device provides a 3.4-inch Super AMOLED display screen with a secondary 1.8-inch “ticker display”, whereby the top and bottom screens are separated by the standard Android buttons. These include Menu, Home, Back and Search and they are touch sensitive. The bottom screen is dubbed as a ticker. This ticker can be activated by touching the capacitive sensors on either side of the [...]

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Samsung Continuum, Motorola CITRUS and Samsung Zeal coming November 11

by: James TromansNovember 1, 2010

Samsung Continuum

Phone Arena have got the scoop on the release dates for the Samsung Continuum SCH-I400 (along with the Motorola CITRUS and Samsung Zeal SCH-U750). I’m still not entirely clear whether this device is what will be announced at the Samsung Press event on November 8th, but nonetheless the image provided shows a detailed, albeit cut-short, specification sheet. Rather than type out everything you can read for yourselves on the picture, I will just highlight some of the more interesting features of the device and the listing itself.

It is no surprise to read that this device is going to be marketed as a Samsung ‘Galaxy S [...]

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New Samsung Android phone launch Nov

by: James TromansOctober 26, 2010

Samsung Phone Launch

Not much more to say on this one other than Samsung are gearing up to launch another Android device. It is all going down on 8th November. As of now we have no clue as to what it will be, officially, but unofficially there is a contender for sure.

At the very beginning of this month we brought you the news of the Samsung Continuum, which since then, we haven’t really heard much about. It would be a timely launch for this device, which is said to offer two screens. The second screen may offer some form of feed function.

“you add feeds to it when you do the initial setup on the phone. There you add items such as [...]

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The Samsung Continuum offers two displays

by: James TromansOctober 1, 2010

Samsung Continuum

OK, so let’s cut right to the chase. This phone is different because it offers a secondary forward facing display directly below the standard 3.5-inch (or there abouts) AMOLED touchscreen. Apparently this display does not require the phone to be fully powered on to function, which makes it perfect as a display for use while you’re sleeping. This secondary display is running by the name of ‘ticker’ at the moment, which makes sense because it acts like one.

According to Android Central, who broke the news on this device recently, “you add feeds to it when you do the initial setup on the phone. There [...]

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