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, it’s 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.
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
"specs are a little out of date."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...
I can't believed these days HP still made an ugly phone.