Samsung will announce the Continuum at their event on November 8th, but it will start being sold on Verizon on November 11th, together with Samsung Zeal and Motorola Citrus. After Samsung recently denied the rumors about a Nexus Two, it seems that these are the only devices we will see from Samsung, at least for now. They might still have a new device coming out by the end of the year, for the Christmas period.
The Continuum will have 2 screens, one smaller, which is isolated from the larger one and shows information such as e-mails, texts, time and so on, and the other regular-sized screen, which is a 3.4" Super AMOLED at 800x480 resolution. The smaller screen will have a 96x480 resolution. The phone will run Android 2.2, but expect Touchwiz 3.0 on top of it.
It will also include a 1 GHz Hummingbird CPU, 5 MP camera with auto-focus and Flash that supports 720p recording. It will come with 2 GB of internal storage, 8 GB of removable storage, 384 RAM, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n.
While this phone seems nice, I'm sure a lot of people feel disappointed they are not making the next Nexus with a Super AMOLED screen, but hopefully they take notice and start selling some stock Android phones soon.