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22 reviews
13 positive
2 mixed
6 negative
MSRP $199.99
Release date April, 2009
Brand HTC
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The HTC Magic is an Android powered mobile phone and is also known as the T-Mobile myTouch 3G or Android G2. Hooked directly into Google's services such as mail, maps, search and other features, the phone has access to the Android market of applications. This market is stocked with applications and games, and Google fanatics who will continue to make more as time goes on. The HTC Magic offers a video recording capability and makes it easy to publish the video directly to YouTube right from the phone. It incorporates a high speed 3.5G network connection with a Wi-Fi connection. The 3.2 inch HVGA screen is touch-sensitive and the phone comes with a microSD (SD 2.0) expansion slot. The 3.2 megapixel color camera has an auto focus to improve the quality of pictures and video and the HTC Magic has support for Bluetooth wireless stereo headsets.

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built in WiFi

runs Android

GPS functionality

large 3.2" touchscreen (320×240px)

full audio format support (including AAC, WAV, OGG, MP3, WMA, etc...)

high speed 3.5G data connection

highly integrated with popular online services

video recording

3.2MP camera


Customizable desktop with shortcuts, widgets, and apps

Drop-down notification pane and status bar

Personalized shells

Can be upgrade: Sense UI (update)

Pinch Zoom

Flash support (update)

Fast charging time

Micro SD up to 16GB

Scratch resistant glass screen

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no 3.5mm headphone jack

no hard keyboard

Poor battery life. Needs charged at least every day!

custom modified firmware for Rogers; disables many of the goodies of the US Android phones

Internal RAM not expandable

cramped screen keyboard

Slow landscape/portrait screen orientation.

Case made of plastic, not metal

doesn't include "HTC Sense" UI like the hero

Only available in white in UK

no FLAC support

Over-eager automatic phone lock cannot be turned off

no camera zoom in feature

expensive off of a contract - $649.99

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