Pros I waited for a long time to get a smartphone because they're just too darned big - and I don't like the iPhone's keypad. So when I saw this, I was delighted. It's easy to use, the keypad is simple and well laid out, and as others have said, it's as cute
Cons As the review said, the charger and headphone attachments are annoying. Other thing is, not sure if the battery should be holding a charge longer.
Summary This phone is definitely worth the price. If you don't like big, fat phones, you should take a serious look at this little guy.
Pros Size, Battery Life, Multi-Tasking, Call Quality, AT&T network in my area, Data speed, Keyboard, Vibrant Screen, Notification System, Contact Sync, webOS profile
Cons App selection
Summary This phone is amazing. The multi-tasking is incredible. The notification system is smooth as silk. The call quality is superb. I wasn't sure if the small size would suit me, but I am sold. I prefer to not have a phone approaching 1/2 foot in length.
The phone is a road warrior. Great battery life. Does everything I ask of it. Very satisfied with my purchase.
App selection is sparse compared with the hundreds of thousands of apps for iOS, but I find that what is there covers my needs.
Pros VERY portable size. I can carry it in my change pocket! Very capable and fast with few hiccups. Keyboard is very easy to type on (check out my vid typing on it at webOSroundup dot com ... YouTube link here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uy4womVaJy8 )
Cons Non-removable battery, proprietary headphone adapter (Bluetooth headphones get around this)
Summary I reviewed this phone for webOSroundup dot com for one week and was very impressed with this device. Any performance lock-ups that people talk about can be blamed on webOS 2.x and not necessarily the device itself as it's plenty fast to handle anything you send at it. Once the device is upgraded to webOS 3.0 you can expect a significant bump in its already fast performance.
P.S. Bonnie: I usually love your reviews but you need to do your homework a little better: you inserted the headphone adapter on BACKWARDS on your video.
"Tiny and Powerful"on by rlopin
Ease of use
Long lasting battery
Cons No front-facing camera
Summary This thing is blazingly fast and surprisingly easy to type on. It is a social networking and communications lover speed demon. With wireless charging and a bluetooth stereo headset I don't even need to use the magnetic charging/headset adapter this video review complains about. How they packed so much power in such a tight package is an engineering marvel. I can't wait for the HP TouchPad to be released in June. The Veer as a hotspot combined with the TouchPad will be a match made in heaven.
Pros * webOS
* Twice the processor performance compared to the Palm Pixi.
* Adobe Flash Support.
* Wireless Charger.
* HotSpot Capability
* Awesome Multitasking
* Just Type and Synergy
Cons Charger and headphone accessory