HTC Magic Review

The HTC Magic brings you everything you love about the internet, exactly how you want it. It will keep you entertained, up to date and in touch, wherever you are. Exclusive to Vodafone, the HTC Magic is the second mobile to run on the Android OS. The first was the T-Mobile G1. One of the most notable differences between the Magic and the G1 is the lack of a QWERTY keyboard.

This makes the HTC Magic much slimmer, lighter and more pocket-friendly. The 3.2 inch touchscreen interface is also an improvement over the G1, with plenty of little tweaks in the latest Cupcake incarnation of the Android OS. The Magic has an accelerometer for autorotation and the screen has the option of handwriting recognition or the onscreen QWERTY keyboard. The trackball makes it easy to navigate around menus and scroll though messages. It’s not to everyone’s liking and HTC have removed the trackball from their HTC Touch Diamond 2 – however it’s not a drawback to the high powered performance of this Android Phone.

HTC Magic Mobile Phone Review

As we get into what the HTC Magic can do, it becomes very impressive. The Android OS has Gmail, Google maps including StreetView and YouTube all just a touch away. The HTC Magic is a practical business phone. It’s equipped with all the standard document viewers and with Wi-fi, Bluetooth and HSPDA (with download speeds of up to 7.2 Mbps) this is a very useful device to have outside the office. The HTC Magic is a step up from the G1 and is probably going to be the best Android phone available for a while. Compare HTC Magic Deals


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