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Small and powerful… HP Veer powered by Snapdragon is here

Have you been looking for a stylish and easily pocketable mobile device , which doesn’t compromise on functionality? If so, then you’ll need to add the HP Veer to your list. Arriving this week at AT&T, the HP Veer packs power in a small design, fitting comfortably in the palm of the hand.

Veer is the smallest webOS phone to date, with a 2.57” multitouch screen and slide out keyboard. At just over 3 ½ ounces, it is surprising to find that is has a 5 megapixel camera, video recording, GPS to get you where you want, games and mobile social networking — along with a high-performance browser with full access to the web at HSPA+ speeds.

And what’s behind the small size and power of this new smartphone none other than the second generation Snapdragon mobile processor . Enjoy the first webOS device powered by Snapdragon!

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