AT&T has a new smartphone – the HP Veer 4G – that’s the size of a credit card and no thicker than a deck of cards. It will run the latest version of HP webOS software. Exclusive in the United States for AT&T customers, HP Veer 4G is will be available from AT&T on May 15 and will cost $99.99 with a two-year contract.

With the HP Veer 4G, AT&T customers have access to the Web, apps, social networks and more. Veer offers an advanced browser and processor, support for Adobe Flash, plus 8 GB of internal user storage, a full keyboard that slides out, and 2.6-inch touchscreen.

HP Veer 4G comes preloaded with several apps, including mobile hotspot and AT&T Navigator. The mobile hotspot functionality allows users to share wireless internet connectivity with up to five Wi-Fi-enabled devices. AT&T Navigator is a GPS-enabled navigation service.

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