HP Veer, WebOS based Tiny Smartphone Launched

HP Veer is a baby brother of Pre 3 and it has launched today at the event of San Francisco. This credit card sized gadget is running on Palm’s webOS operating system. The features and functions of it will be quite interesting and amazing for the many users. Veer is the second mobile phone that provides support to a fully-functional Mini Me . The first Device that is already supporting such functionality is none other than Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini.

HP Veer Tiny Smartphones Features and Specs:

  • A 2.6-inch, 320 x 400 pixel, capacitive touchscreen display
  • A full slide-out QWERTY keyboard
  • Tri-band UMTS, quad-band GSM/EDGE world phone
  • Gesture area, which enables simple, intuitive gestures for navigation
  • Full webOS 2.1 functionality
  • 8GB of storage
  • HSPA+ radio
  • Snapdragon 7230 (800GHz) processor
  • Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth, HSDPA+ support
  • rear-facing camera (no flash)
  • an accelerometer as you get in Motorola BRAVO
  • Light sensor
  • Dimensions:54.5 mm x 84.0 mm x 15.1 mm
  • Weight:  103 gram

HP Veer Smartphone Availability and Price

HP Veer Smartphone will be available in the market this spring though we have not any information about Veer smartphones’s Pricing pattern. HP also announced HP Pre 3 today.

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