Samsung Continuum leaks on Verizon ahead of launch

Android handset with dual AMOLED screens revealed

360 degree views and full user manual turn up on US carrier's site

Samsung will tonight lift the lid on its latest Android handset, the Samsung Contiuum. The US event has caused much rumour and speculation since the Korean company first pencilled it in, with many believing that the device announced would be the rumoured Google Nexus Two.

Now it seems that all doubt has been laid to rest as the Continuum, which has been leaving clues all over the web about its existence, has been plastered all over US carrier Veriszon’s website, with a 360-degree view and complete user manual.

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The Android 2.2 handset’s unique selling point is the inclusion of a separate touchscreen. As well as the 3.4-inch main Super AMOLED display, the Continuum stuffs a second, 1.8-inch one at the bottom for updates such as texts and missed calls.

Want to see for yourself? Read the manual here or, for those who like their phone leaks slightly more visual, see the interactive 360-degree view here. Think you’ll be picking one up? Let us know on the T3 Twitter feed.