HTC Magic - Magical Device

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The artistic and beautiful HTC Magic is the next one in line after the launch of the aesthetic Google G1. HTC is expecting that the Android powered mobile will be as popular as its predecessor Google G1. Apart from its sleek appearance and trendy design, let's see what it offers as far as technological advancement is concerned.

The HTC Magic, a touchscreen phone, is a beautiful piece with notable technological features such as Wi-Fi system, 3.2 MP camera, a Qualcomm CPU, and HSDPA. It allows downloading of applications just like the iPhone. It is very easy to use the Android interface and this mobile has another six hard buttons for volume control, home button, a call/hang, menu button, navigation, and a quick Search key. With an inbuilt accelerometer, its big screen can amazingly capture portraits and landscape views.

HTC Magic also supports stereo Bluetooth to listen to MP3 songs. With the assistance of Google, one can send photos directly to Picasa Web Albums and (once again with the help of Google) directly upload videos to YouTube. One can say that the handset is fully aided by Google for its other such helpful functions as emails, Maps, a calendar, Google Talk for immediate messaging, and a diary.

Another feature of HTC Magic is that it supports new Street View System, which can be very helpful for your friends to locate you from the signal sent by the mobile and displayed on the map. Its memory potential is 500 MB but by using the card, it can go up to 8 GB. Apart from this, there is a 2 GB card in the box. As it has been now launched in the market, it gives a £35 free contact per month for two years. That gives unlimited (500 MB) mobile Internet, unlimited texts, and 600 minutes of talk time.

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This article was published on 2010/04/03