"Great for people that don't need a large screen"4.5 starson by jordanveer
Pros: capable: This phone does everything a smartphone should do. It syncs contacts, e-mail, and calendar to my online accounts. It handles my multiple e-mail clients.
Fast:The processor never seems to bog down. There are some network related pauses, howe
Cons: Battery life: The downside to having such a small phone is that there isn't room for a big battery. At the end of the day, my battery is 50% if I don't top it up.
Signal: AT&T's network has very poor 3G signal. Thank goodness for 2G. Verizon isn't
Summary: This is a great phone for someone who wants a small smartphone. I consider it similar to the iPhone 3GS, but smaller. It has about the same capabilities (spec wise), but is smaller, with a better (in my opinion) operating system. It has a physical keyboard, that I like. I can type faster and with fewer errors on the Veer's keyboard than on my old iPhone. I have fat fingers and the Veer's keyboard lets me type with my thumbnails, eliminating the errors.
Most of the downsides to this phone don't bother me. I rather like the magnetic jack for the same reason I like Magsafe, I don't mess up that port. I have never used a headphone on my phone's so the magnetic dongle isn't an issue. I wanted this small size on purpose. I don't use my phone for heavy web surfing. I use forums, and there is a great forum app for webOS. The screen, though small, is bright, crisp and easy to read.