HP Veer webOS smartphone (preview)

HP Veer preview: The HP Veer is a tiny smartphone with impressive specifications

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Paul

4.5

1

Pros
Perfect miniaturisation of a fully fledged smartphone
Cons
Touch to Share not implemented in the Veer
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Electronics has always aimed to miniaturise itself, packing as much power as possible into the smallest package possible. The Veer does this. It is a pocketable phone, with all the features of a much larger phone. Other manufacturers are making thinner phone, but the screens are getting larger, so they feel like you're holding a plate of glass, whereas the Veer feels like you're holding a large river pebble.
Also the multi-tasking and notifications in webOS are a cut above iOS and Android

Nyssa

4.0

2

Pros
Ease of use
Cons
Freezing
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I really love this phone. Its perfect for what I need and I like to small size. I don't like that the screen freezes sometimes when first sliding the phone open or when removing it from the touchstone.

pavan moudgalya

0.5

3

Pros
cam
Cons
nothing
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low rated disgusting phone

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