Review: Samsung Continuum
Touch response on the Continuum was very good. There was occasionally some lag swiping between the seven homescreen panels, especially when they were filled with active widgets. I saw no touch delay whatsoever browsing the main menus, or flicking through Web pages. The ticker at the bottom is also touch sensitive, and it worked very well. You can swipe the ticker left or right to see the various information it can display, and tap on story headlines or message notifications to read more. The ticker always reacted quickly in these situations.
Hands-On: Samsung Continuum
Samsung debuted the Continuum Galaxy S Android phone for Verizon Wireless. The Continuum has a unique "Ticker Display" to show alerts and other content.
Review: Samsung Galaxy S8
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Review: Samsung Galaxy S8+
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Review: Samsung Galaxy Note Edge for Sprint
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Review: Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport for Sprint
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