Official: HP Veer 4G headed to AT&T on 15 May, will cost $100

Tags: HP, WebOS, Touch UI, AT&T

The HP Veer 4G will be launched, exclusively in the US, on the AT&T network and it will set back users $99.9 on a two year contract. It will be available in-stores and online from 15 May.

The Veer 4G will be offered in either black or white color and is the smallest of the WebOS-yielding pack from HP.

On the inside, its powered by a Qualcomm NSN7230 processor, clocked at 800 MHz, with Adreno 205 graphics, a 5 MP fixed-focus snapper, 2.6 capacitive touchscreen display and WebOS 2.1.

The HP Veer 4G keeps all those specs inside a minuscule figure of just about a credit card.

The 4G at the end of the phone's name stands for HSDPA 14.4 download speeds, not the real LTE stuff.





Official: HP Veer 4G headed to AT&T on 15 May, will cost $100 - reader comments

  • Anonymous

this is the best phone ever everybody should get one and i bet about 1/2 or more of u dont even have one u r just judging it by everything ealse

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  • 2011-08-02 21:38
  • kAh9
  • Yani

"specs are a little out of date." What are you smoking? 2.6" big screen (size of a credit card) and it's got: - 8 GB storage - Full HSDPA/HSUPA - 800MHz CPU with Adreno 205 GPU "is that a phone for baby?" Yes...

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  • 2011-05-09 19:51
  • 3pw6
  • Anonymous

I can't believed these days HP still made an ugly phone.

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  • 2011-05-05 14:23
  • FJR2