Samsung Continuum, Motorola Citrus, And Samsung Zeal hitting Verizon November 11

October 31, 2010

Just this week Verizon’s update sheet, which revealed upcoming releases, let us know that the Continuum and Citrus were definitely coming to the carrier soon. Well now, according to a tip to Phone Arena, the Samsung Continuum, Zeal, and Motorola CITRUS will be hitting the network by month’s end.

The CITRUS which is manufactured from 25% post-consumer plastic will be a simple Android 2.1-based device with a 3” screen, 3MP camera, WiFi, EVDO, Bluetooth, and 2GB microSD storage. Advertised as a starter Android phone this will definitely be a feasible option for people new to the platform, or who do not need all of the extensive features a smartphone has to offer.

Of most interest is the Samsung Continuum i400, which is the latest Galaxy S device, sporting a 1GHz Hummingbird processor as well as Android 2.2. Featuring a 3.4” 480x800 WVGA Super AMOLED display with an additional 1.8” display lining the bottom for alerts and basic navigation. Also sporting a 5MP camera with LED Flash and autofocus, WiFi, Bluetooth, and 2GB of internal memory with 8BG micro SDHC card pre-installed this is definitely a well-rounded powerful option for anyone looking for a great Android device.

You can check out the Verizon product pages in the gallery below.

[Via PhoneArena]

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