HTC Magic Reviewed


Thats right, people over at got a chance to play with HTC Magic for two days and its BLACK! I’m so … jeol..s! Its a must read for people anxiously waiting for this Android phone.

He sums up with this final remarks

The HTC Magic will appeal both to ordinary users who don’t want to spend much time in their phone’s settings menu and tech-savvy consumers. What’s more, it’s very easy to setup, and it won’t take you longer than 10 minutes to get most of its features to work (contact and mail synch, for example). Contrary to the popular belief that Google Android still has got a long way to go, the HTC Magic seemed like a decent and user-friendly phone. All in all, it’s worth looking forward to.


  • Type: communicator
  • Form-factor: candy-bar
  • Materials: glossy plastic
  • Operating system: Android
  • GSM 850/900/1800/1900 Mhz, EDGE/GPRS, UMTS/HSDPA 2100
  • CPU: 528 Mhz, based on Qualcomm MSM7201A
  • RAM: 192 Mb
  • Bundled storage: 512 Mb
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR (A2DP), ExtUSB (USB 2.0) for charging/data synch/headsets, microSD memory card slot (supports SDHC)
  • Display: TFT 3.2” with 320×480 pixel resolution (HVGA)
  • Camera: 3.2 MP with autofocus
  • Navigation: Qualcomm gpsOne-based GPS department (supports A-GPS)
  • Battery: detachable 1340 mAh Li-Ion
  • Size: 113x55x13.65 mm
  • Weight: 118.5 g

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3 comments for “HTC Magic Reviewed

  1. Tony S.
    March 5, 2009 at 6:29 pm

    It has an accelerometer and a compass, too.

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