'Dual-core Tegra 2, Fast browser'
'Solid design, Great value'
'Good build quality'
'A phone that meets most of your needs'
'Pure Ice Cream Sandwich, Dual-core power'
'Fast dual-core processor, Ice Cream Sandwich, large, detailed screen'
'Build quality, which is impressively stout and sturdy'
'Relatively sleek design'
'Excellent price point'
'Large screen, Unskinned Android 4.0'
'Perfect size, Fast performance, 4G LTE support'
'Bang for your buck in terms of both performance and style'
'Good call quality'
'Excellent mounting bracket'
'Solid construction, Clear display'
'Fantastic screen and a two-day battery life'
'Better upper mid-range devices'
'Good screen resolution'
'Dual-core power in a pocket-friendly package'
'Battery life was pretty good overall.'
'Good value for money'
'Compact design and good build'
'Great UI and performance but limited internal storage'
'Floating touch feature'
'Very good sunlight visibility'
'Affordable handset '
'Keys have a good feedback '
'The Veer 4G's tiny screen makes even the simplest tasks difficult'
'Too small for comfort, lack of apps, lousy camera'
'Fluid platform experience'
'Tiny screen. Physical keyboard may be too small for some. '
'Poor camera and video,Poor battery life'
'The Veer excelled when it came to being a productive citizen in society, thanks to the phone's multitasking capabilities.'
'The HP Veer 4G packs a lot of features into a very compact package, but it requires too many trade-offs.'
'Keyboard is hard to use'
'Occasional hiccups and apps that take a moment to load'
'So small it's hard to use.'
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