HP just announced a mini or nano version of the Palm Pre 2 at their on-going event in San Francisco. The HP Veer is powered by the Snapdragon MSM7230 processor, the same processor which powers the HTC Desire Z, and runs at 800MHz.
The Veer packs in the same amount of RAM as the Pre 2 i.e. 512MB. Like the Pre and the Pre 2, the Veer also sports a QWERTY keyboard.
The phone also features Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 and 8GB of on-board memory. The usual 3.5mm audio jack, Ambient light sensor, Accelerometer are also present. The handset will also support Mobile Hotspot and will be running the latest version of webOS i.e. v2.1.
The handset will also support the Touchstone dock and will feature tight integration with the TouchPad tablet from HP. The Veer will also support HSPA+ and will be available in early spring. Sadly, HP did not mention anything about the price of the device.