Samsung Continuum

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Samsung Continuum i400
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Manufacturer Samsung Electronics
Series Samsung Galaxy
First released 4 June 2010 (2010-06-04)
Predecessor Samsung i7500
Successor Samsung Galaxy S II
Related Samsung Galaxy Player, Nexus S
Type Touchscreen smartphone (Android)
Form factor Slate (most versions)
Slider (Sprint version)
Operating system Android 2.1 "Eclair" with TouchWiz UI 3.0
System on chip Samsung Exynos 3
(previously known as S5PC110, Hummingbird, Exynos 3110
CPU 1 GHz single-core (ARM Cortex A8)
GPU 200 MHz PowerVR SGX 540
Memory 394 MB RAM
Storage 2048 MB NAND flash
Removable storage micro-SD (up to 64 GB supported)
Battery Li-po
Data inputs Multi-touch capacitive touchscreen display, Ambient light sensor, microphone, 3-axis Magnetometer (Compass), aGPS, 3-axis accelerometer, stereo FM radio with RDS and Swype
Display 4.0 in (100 mm) Super AMOLED with RBGB-Matrix (Pentile)
800×480 px WVGA (233 ppi) with secondary ticker display
External display TV out via headphone jack, mDNIe via WiFi (HD)
Rear camera 5 MP with auto focus; 720p HD video (12 Mb/s); auto-focus; self-shot, action, panorama, smile shot; face detection; anti-shake; add me
Sound SoundAlive, 16 kHz 64kbit/s mono in HD video recording
Connectivity 3.5 mm TRRS; Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n; DLNA; Bluetooth 3.0; micro-USB 2.0; FM radio with RDS with recording
Other Second screen bottom ticker, TV out, integrated messaging Social Hub, Google Play, GALAXY Apps, A-GPS, Augmented reality with Layar Reality Browser, video messaging, Exchange ActiveSync (offline and no SIM Mode), voice command, RSS reader, Widgets, Smart security[1]
Website Samsung-Continuum i400

The Samsung Continuum (i400) is an Android device produced by Samsung Electronics in 2010. It included a unique feature of a bottom "ticker" display that allowed for notifications and multitasking.[2] Some people consider the successor to this device to be the Galaxy Note Edge which also included the unique second portion of screen for notifications and multitasking.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Samsung Unpacked". Samsung Electronics. 18 April 2010. Retrieved 2010-04-18. 
  2. ^ Cha, Bonnie. "Samsung Continuum review". Cnet. CBS Interactive Inc. Retrieved 23 March 2015. 
  3. ^ Krause, Kevin. "Is the Galaxy Note Edge doomed to the same fate as the Samsung Continuum?". Phandroid. Phandroid.com. Retrieved 23 March 2015.