The HP Veer 4G has just been announced by mobile carrier AT&T today, where it will be made available on that particular network online as well as in brick-and-mortar stores on May 15th. The HP Veer 4G will come in either black or white shades, retailing for $99.99 either way – as long as you are willing to agree to a new 2-year contract, of course.


It must be noted that the HP Veer 4G is one of the smallest smartphones available on the market, and thanks to AT&T’s 4G network roll out around the country, you will be able to enjoy 4G speeds where applicable, uploading and downloading videos, maps, and pictures at speeds that would get you thinking, “Now why did I stick to 3G all this while?” The Veer sports a vivid touchscreen display, all the better to handle all that webOS has to offer including Just Type, HP Synergy, easy and fast messaging and email, as well as being able to have multiple apps open simultaneously as you shuffle back and forth among them. 

Not only that, the new optional AT&T billing makes it a whole lot easier to purchase apps for the Veer, taking just a simple tap. This might get out of hand for those who do not realize it, racking up an insane phone bill at the end of the month – parents, you have been forewarned!

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