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Review: HP Veer 4G

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kinster02

May 12, 2011, 2:49 AM
over in the "HP Veer" discussion:

Webos phones are a joke

I'm not surprised its free at BB but it came a lot sooner, I was expecting at least 2 months max. Now Webos devices will have a reputation that if you wait a month or two it will be free or dramatically reduced in price...lol Webos phones are a joke. Laughing Very Happy Laughing
kinster02 said:
I'm not surprised its free at BB but it came a lot sooner, I was expecting at least 2 months max. Now Webos devices will have a reputation that if you wait a month or two it will be free or dramatically reduced in p
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PaulAlcohol

May 14, 2011, 10:42 AM

$99?

Lets see what AT&T offers for $99 ... HTC Inspire, Samsung Captivate... What about $50, Windows Phone 7 (Focus, Quantum, Surround) and BlackBerry Torch. Good luck with that, HP.

I was told I can drive to a conference about 2 hours away from where I live and get this phone for free ... I decided not to.

Seriously, it's a cute idea of a phone for the Smaller-is-better crowd (aka 13 year old girls) ... but it's not worth the extra 25 bucks minimum 2GB data. To put it a different way, I would have trouble selling this as a quick messaging or prepaid phone for $99. Cool
To clarify, yes, I know it's a smartphone. A smartphone that looks like a mini QMD and runs on WebOS (I'd prefer a QMD)
*$15 for minimum 200 MB data plan. Just sayin'.
whatwhatjbdo

May 9, 2011, 2:27 PM
over in the "HP Veer" discussion:

3G data?

Can you double check your stats? According to AT&T and FCC this device is HSPA+ ready (4G ish) at 14.4. Can you please confirm which is correct?
neither its -3g
If you read the review, it runs HSPA+. It will also connect to 3G. It certainly doesn't look like a 4G smartphone though.
 
 
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