It wasn’t only the WebOS powered Palm TouchPad that was revealed tonight. HP has dropped yet another interesting product in the market. This time, it’s a phone which is astonishingly similar to the size of a credit card. Here’s the best part: it runs the full WebOS. This device is called HP Veer. More details and pictures, after the break.
The HP Veer, regardless of its small size, does not compromise on functionality. This little phone has fully supports Flash and runs the full WebOS. This is most definitely a device that will not cease to amaze many people.
The interesting part of the HP Veer is the size, dimensions and the weight. This particular phone is just 3.25 inches in length whereas it weighs in at a mere 393 ounces, however it is 15mm thick, which might be little too chubby for some users. Nevertheless, the numbers are really impressive.
Apart from that, the HP Veer has a 800 MHz Snapdragon processor with 8GB of internal storage. The phone has a 5 megapixel camera on the back. HP Veer also has support for HSPA +
In my view, given the small size of the phone, many would definitely be inclined towards the HP Veer, considering the fact that it offers you the full experience of the WebOS along with touting native, on-board Flash support. However, in tonight’s event, there were no details regarding the price being revealed, but possible availability of the HP Veer is said to start this summer.