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    Funny picture that was on my Facebook feed. AT&T apparently thinks since I like the Hp Veer I would want to buy a pantech pocket for a penny. Silly At&t and Silly Facebook.
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    Mediocre hardware with a slow, fragmented OS. Thanks, but I think I'll pass.
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    is the antithesis of the Veer
    hard to know what AT&T's marketing is about
    at least they had the Veer & it runs quite well with them
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    The Pocket is actually really slick and would make a nice android wifi toy for a cheap price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saijin_Naib View Post
    The Pocket is actually really slick and would make a nice android wifi toy for a cheap price.
    $200 outright and used isn't exactly what I'd consider "Cheap". Besides, the much better Veer generally sells for $80, give or take a few bucks.
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    because its tiny
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    800x600 4" screen, 1ghz Snapdragon, 512mb RAM, microSDHC slot, 5MP shooter without the Palm/HP bull**** EDOF nonsense.

    It is a pretty decent piece of kit, I suggest you get a hands-on with one before you lambast it

    Sure, its not as sleek as a Veer, sure it doesn't have our beloved webOS (Many would consider having Android a huge plus for any phone due to appstore), sure it doesn't have a keyboard, but it really isn't terrible.

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