Reviewers Liked

  • Good form factor, Clever Ticker display, Capable 5MP camera with 720p video, TouchWiz handy for newcomers, Inexpensive for the speed and features
  • Super AMOLED screen really shines, Secondary "ticker" display is surprisingly handy, Quick and responsive, Good external speaker, Camera produces good shots, if you're careful and/or skilled
  • Bright and beautiful screen, Second screen for constant updates, Fast and responsive, Phone is sleek and well made, Easy to use
  • Secondary display can be useful, Zippy performance overall
  • Good call quality, decent battery life, solid camera, WiFi hotspot support
  • Ticker displays social updates, RSS, and messaging alerts, Grip sensors activate ticker, Excellent 720p camcorder, Attractive, compact design
  • Fits comfortably in the hand, Dual Super AMOLED displays, Fast 1GHz Hummingbird processor, Stereo speakers for good music playback, Above average call quality
  • Small and light. Feels well-built. Ticker display shows useful information
  • The Samsung Continuum features two displays; the smaller ticker window is a great tool for quickly accessing information and multitasking. The smartphone also has a 1GHz processor and a 5-megapixel camera with HD video capture. It offers full wireless

Reviewers Didn't Like

  • Forced use of Bing, Samsung slow on Android upgrades, Outperformed by 2011 phones, Main screen may be too dense for bigfingered owners
  • Voice quality is less than desired, Video quality also could be better
  • No sure about the second screen, Verizon junk installed, It uses Bing
  • Search and Maps powered by Bing, not Google, Narrow display makes typing difficult
  • Display feels cramped, software doesn't feel finished, older version of Android installed
  • Small main display, Ticker causes some performance lag, Mediocre voice quality, Search button only uses Bing
  • Can’t replace the Bing search widget with Google, Back of the phone feels slippery
  • Mediocre voice quality. Redundant social-networking and e-mail clients. Ticker can show old data
  • The smaller screen makes for a more cramped typing experience. Ticker display currently isn't available for third-party apps. Runs Android 2.1, and Bing is set as the default search engine. You can't uninstall preloaded apps and services