The Samsung Continuum offers a bonus Super Amoled "ticker" display for customizable messages, Bluetooth capability, and 5.0 megapixel camera with auto focus and LED flash.
*Ticker display: 1.8″ 96×480 pixels
"The Continuum gives up a little real estate on the main screen, and it's a little narrow to hold. You get used to that quickly though. On the plus side, it's not the same run-of-the-mill black slab we see so often in today's smartphones. If you're a communicator -- always sending and receiving some sort of message -- the Continuum may be just what you're looking for. "
"It’s gimmicky, and while I applaud Samsung and Verizon for attempting to introduce some originality here, I just can’t pretend that I’d rather give up the extra screen real estate for a secondary display that’s only there for show and tell. If anyone were to ask me which Galaxy S phone on Verizon were better, I’d choose the Fascinate without hesitation and I’d send them on their way."
"The Continuum is not the phone to replace your EVO or Droid X. However, it might be a great fit for first-time Android users, social network junkies, or business users who like the idea of setting the ticker feature to alert them about incoming email, SMS, and phone messages."
"More than just a gimmick, the Samsung Continuum's secondary display is a useful management and multitasking tool, but its constant flow of information might not appeal to everybody."