Three new devices have been spotted in Verizon's inventory, courtesy of a tipster spilling the cellular beans to PhoneArena. The Motorola Citrus, Samsung Zeal and, most interestingly, the Samsung Continuum SCH-I400 have all been confirmed to launch on Verizon
Of the three, the Zeal is the only handset not to run Android. Motorola's Citrus is an entry-level Android 2.1 handset first unveiled back in October, with a 3-inch touchscreen and a chassis made from 25-percent post-consumer recycled waste. Meanwhile, the Samsung Zeal has an E Ink QWERTY keyboard and dual-direction hinge for portrait or landscape use.
Finally, the Continuum offers two displays: one 3.4-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen and another secondary panel underneath for notifications and shortcuts. It slots into Samsung's Galaxy S family of handsets, and runs the company's 1GHz Hummingbird CPU. All three devices will apparently make their sales debut on November 11 2010.
[via Android Community]