Highlighted features of the Veer include that it will have a full version of Adobe Flash 10.1, it will support being a wifi hotspot for up to five devices, and the device will support carrier billing for purchases in the app catalog.
The device will support HSPA+ up to 14.4Mbps per second (like the Atrix 4G and Inspire 4G), and will run webOS 2.1, but will be upgradeable to webOS 3.0 at a future date.
It will launch Sunday, March 15th -- the same day as the Samsung Infuse 4G.
What surprises me is how much better the white Veer looks in real life rather than in some press release shots (Credit to precentral.net for these pictures, go here for their full gallery):
|Unlike previous webOS phones, the Veer 4G's|
branding isn't hidden on the slide-out miror.
|HP/Palm opted for a sim card slot on the exterior of the phone|
instead of having a easily removable back cover hiding the slot.
Full Press Release
Sources: webosroundup.com, precentral.net, blog.palm.com