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Nov 9, 2010, 11:39 AM
over in the "Samsung Continuum (Galaxy S)" discussion:

Form over Function?

This is a really dumb idea to me. What is the point of having a little ticker screen when you already have that nice big old screen at the top? Seems like a waste of space to me.
From what I've read, if you tap the sides, you get the bottom to light up, giving you a quick view of what's going on without turning on your main screen. This could REALLY help battery life
It allows you to see a text message with out having to open the text screen. So if you are in middle of another app. I love that feature on my Fascinate.

Nov 10, 2010, 8:55 PM

Off Topic a little

This guy could really use a bottle of hand lotion. Jeez!!!
gringo zona norte

Nov 10, 2010, 4:51 PM
over in the "Samsung Continuum (Galaxy S)" discussion:

I don't know why but I like this phone

I just like it

Nov 9, 2010, 12:50 AM

not two displays

I was at the event and it's pretty clear this is one large 4.0" display. if you look closely, the "capacitive buttons" are made up of pixels from the AMOLED.
If this is true, then explain how you can wake up just the ticker display seperate from the main display. Or why you can see the outline of the capacitive buttons even when the screen is off.
Ghostly Captain Ahash

Nov 8, 2010, 8:32 PM

I am so ridiculously undecided on this concept

that I can hardly handle it.
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