Samsung's Continuum may not be official just yet (though it won't be long before it is), but that didn't stop Verizon from outing the device on its own website. As you can see in the image above, the Continuum is being advertised on Verizon's holiday site alongside its Galaxy brethren, even though neither Samsung nor Big Red have actually announced the device. The Cotinuum leaks don't stop there, though, as a new comparison chart did has given us the device's full spec rundown: 3.4-inch 800x480 main display, 1.8-inch 480x96 secondary display, 1GHz Hummingbird processor, 384MB of RAM, 512MB of ROM, 5 megapixel camera with LED flash and HD video capture, 2GB of storage with a preinstalled 8GB microSD card, and Android 2.1.
Even though the Continuum leaked way back in September, we've never gotten wind of the specs until today. It's disappointing that the screen is only 3.4-inches, especially since most of the other features are high-end, but that's what the 1.8-inch secondary display is there for. Having Android 2.2 on board would be awesome, too, especially since we're getting close to seeing Gingerbread land. Since none of the other Galaxy S phones have gotten the Froyo blessing, though, I suppose we shouldn't be too surprised to see Eclair. So, has the Continuum and its "Ticker" enthralled any of you enough to pick up the handset when it's released?