New pictures of the Samsung Continiuum, an Android-powered handset with dual touchscreens, have emerged once again.
The guys at Android Central spent some time with the latest Galaxy S handset also known as the Samsung SCH-i400, and expect it to sport a Super AMOLED main touchscreen, and a smaller OLED touchscreen known as the "Ticker".
The touch sensitive "Ticker" will be used for checking news, weather, RSS feeds, shortcuts and phone notifications. It will also double as a media player control and alert you to new Facebook updates.
Also rumoured to be in the features department is a 5-megapixel camera, microSD card slot, TouchWiz, and should like other Galaxy S handsets, sport a 1GHz Hummingbird processor.
Samsung have also added a grip sensor, which means the "ticker" touchscreen is activated as soon as you pick it up.
It's been spotted on US mobile network Verizon, and we hope that it makes it over to the UK in the not too distant future. There's no details on pricing, but we'll bring you all the official details as soon as they land.
Pictures credit: Android Central