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    I was just curious.
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    I don't know differences in hardware, but on white veer I don't see Mazer game in app catalog
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    AFAIKAFAIKAFAIK $the$ $white$ $Veer$ $never$ $was$ $released$ $in$ $Germany$ $and$ $I$ $think$ $also$ $not$ $in$ $the$ $rest$ $of$ $Europe$. $Over$ $here$ $white$ $Veers$ $are$ $very$ $rare$ $from$ $what$ $I$ $saw$...
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    They're priced the same online here in the US. I don't think one's rarer than the other. The black/white trim's kinda easy to replace though.
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    I've added several new Veers to my WebOS gear collection; the black ones do seem a BIT harder to find, at least to me... though certainly not unavailable. There do seem to be a few more Pandas out there, in fact, that's the one I usually have in my pocket every day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darkdeveloper View Post
    I don't know differences in hardware, but on white veer I don't see Mazer game in app catalog
    But you have Mazer for other phones?

    I have Mazer installed on my Panda Veer... I don't remember doing anything special and when I just looked it was in the (US) App catalog.
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    there is no difference at all AFAIKAFAIKAFAIK, $also$ $contrary$ $to$ $popular$ $belief$ $i$ $found$ $black$ $one$ $better$ $that$ $white$ $bcoz$ $white$ $veer$ $is$ $not$ $pure$ $white$ ,$it$ $is$ $kind$ $of$ $yellowish$..$and$ $i$ $certainly$ $didn$'$t$ $like$ ...$this$ $is$ $just$ $my$ $opinion$....$may$ $b$ $other$ $found$ $it$ $beautiful$

    hardware wise i don't think there is any difference...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ventus221 View Post
    I was just curious.
    Under the covers the hardware is the same. I have no idea what the breakdown on AT&T's orders were - their preference would have decided the white/black balance.

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    There is one detail that have nothing about colors: the AT&T versions are 4G, the european, not.


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    Quote Originally Posted by RumoredNow View Post
    But you have Mazer for other phones?

    I have Mazer installed on my Panda Veer... I don't remember doing anything special and when I just looked it was in the (US) App catalog.
    I have Mazer on my black Veer and in App catalog (US changed), but I see all paid apps and don't see Mazer on my Panda Veer (US changed too).
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    Thanks I was curious, I own the White one or the Panda one I guess and I was just wondering because I can find white ones super easily but not the black ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rnp View Post
    There is one detail that have nothing about colors: the AT&T versions are 4G, the european, not.


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    AFAIKAFAIKAFAIK $that$ $is$ $not$ $really$ $true$... $at$ $least$ $from$ $what$ $I$ $know$ $about$ $AT$&$amp$;$T$ $is$ $that$ $4G$ $in$ $their$ $network$ $means$ &$quot$;$HSDPA$/$HSUPA$&$quot$;, $i$.$e$. $speed$ $up$ $3G$. $Or$ $do$ $they$ $really$ $talk$ $abouth$ $LTE$ $when$ $they$ $say$ $4G$?

    If 4G means HSDPA/HSUPA, then the European Veer supports that, too. Maybe it's not called 4G, but.. yeah.. it's the same.

    It's kind of strange that people start calling HSDPA/HSUPA4G... LTE is 4G. If you really want to stay in that generation stuff, then HSDPA/HSUPA would be 3.5G, like Edge was 2.5G and GPRS 2G...
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    I have both the black and the white Veer phones. The only noticeable difference is that the white one has an exterior finish that is a lot more slick than the black. I have a made-to-fit case on the way that should solve that issue.

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