Samsung Continuum Vs Motorola Droid X: Specs Compared

By Posted 3 Nov 2010, 05:56

We have some good news for those of you who are thinking of picking up the Samsung Continuum on Verizon shortly, as we have a comparison chart for you to look at, comparing the upcoming handset against some other juggernauts on Verizon.

An official Verizon comparison chart for the Samsung Continuum has been obtained by Droid-Life and it gives you a full lowdown on how the Continuum shapes up against some of the best handsets that Verizon has to offer.

These obviously include the likes of the Motorola Droid X, Droid 2, Droid Incredible and also the Samsung Fascinate. We are hearing reports that the Samsung Continuum is officially a spinoff from the Galaxy S, and the spec sheet confirms that it will come with some decent specs, but nothing to get too excited about.

Firstly, it only comes with Android 2.1 which is disappointing, 512MB of ROM, 384MB RAM and a 3.4-inch display screen. This immediately puts it at a disadvantage to the mighty Droid X, which is rocking Android 2.2 and a huge 4.3-inch display screen with 8GB of internal memory.

The Continuum will probably get the Froyo update after release, but those thinking of buying it will have to make do without Flash 10.1 support for now. It also has a 5 megapixel camera compared to the 8MP one on the Droid X.

Hopefully Verizon will give us better reasons why the Continuum is a worthy option compared to their other lineup of smartphones, but at the moment it’s hard to pick out any.

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