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HTC Magic G2 Google Android - Unlocked QuadBand Cellular Phone with 3.2 MP Camera, GPS, WiFi - International Version with No Warranty (Black)

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  • GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 3G Network HSDPA 900 / 2100
  • TFT capacitive touchscreen, 65K colors Size 320 x 480 pixels, 3.2 inches - Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate - Handwriting recognition
  • 192 MB RAM, 512 MB ROM - Qualcomm MSM 7201A 528 MHz processor
  • HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps; HSUPA, 2 Mbps WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g Bluetooth Yes - GPS
  • Camera Primary 3.15 MP, 2048x1536 pixels, autofocus Features Videocalling Video Yes


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • ASIN: B002C38LBS
  • Item model number: MAGIC G2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #141,411 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: June 4, 2009
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The HTC Magic is Vodafone-branded, but is not locked to Vodafone and can be used on any GSM network. The HTC Magic is an AndroidTM-powered mobile designed to turn heads with its chic design, and command attention with its advanced list of capabilities. Ready to always keep you in the know... it provides the Google suite of services like Mail, Search and Maps geared up for use in the palm of your hand. Further enhanced with video capture and support for tunes via Bluetooth wireless headsets, the HTC Magic is a true entertainment and media powerhouse. You and your friends dancing the night away, or laughing 'til it hurts ... these are the moments you want captured forever. With HTC Magic's video recording capability, you now can. But that's not all, sharing your video is now trouble-free. Send the video by email, MMS or even publish your new masterpiece directly to YouTubeTM right from your phone. Shock your friends with your new found knowledge ... Find a cool nightclub in London with Google Search. Check out the area around SoHo in New York with 360º scrutiny of Google MapsTM Street View. You can even uncover the place with the best deal for that book your friend is reading with the Barcode Scanner application available from Android Market. "Social", "Shopping", "Travel" and "Arcade" are just a few flavors of available enrichments at Android Market, where you can discover and install applications and games that let HTC Magic help you squeeze more out of life.

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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Dare to love on June 18, 2009
I love this phone. However, I live in Sweden so beware that some features may not be exactly the same. UPDATE: I have now had this phone for about a month and have these comments (see UPDATE notes).

First, this is a great phone. Hands down...and I live in Sweden where there are more cellphones per capita than anywhere else. As for the other reviewer...I don't know why someone complains about the virtual keyboard and no physical keypad. Buy a phone with a keyboard, silly, if you don't like tapping the screen. I for one used to have a Nokia E61 with a real keyboard. Great. But, I really like this onscreen keyboard. It's fast, easy to use, and even though it suggests words for you (and gets smarter with time) you can suggest the word you want from four suggestions (iPhone has only two). This phone is obviously trying to get you to shy away from the iPhone...and you should. It's that good.

Pros:
Flexibility - I can configure the homescreens any way I want. UPDATE: This is just great. Really. I can change the phone as I learn what I need and don't need. Lot's of hype in the cellphone world, but few useful tools. This really helps me stay connected and it is easy and quick to make a direct call, take a picture, check my google map position, send an email, etc.
Fast - this phone is really fast and does multitasking very well. I can surf the web while listening to a tune while using the GPS...and it doesn't bog down! UPDATE: Yep, this really works. Just went hiking in the woods of Sweden...where the logging road ends. Did perfectly. Used my GPS while I listened to my radiostation on LastFM through the phone...in the woods! The iPhone bogs down.
Form - it's fits really nicely in my pocket. Not too heavy, not too big.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By J. Yoon on June 12, 2009
I would up my rating from 3 to 4+ stars now, but Amazon doesn't allow a change. I am warming to this phone after trying it for 1 month.

I discovered the keyboard setting to turn off automatically replacing what I typed with its own highlighted word. Click Home, Menu, Settings, Locale & text, Android keyboad ->> turn off Auto-comple and Quick fixes. This fixes my biggest gripe with the virtual keyboard that replaced what I typed with it's own(wrong)gusses. I could not find the setting before.

I was able to load a lot of photos using the included mini USB cable to the included 2 GB miniSD card. (These accessories may not be included if you bought the HTC phone.) Photos copied to DCIM folder displayed quickly. Thumbnail viewing and finger-flick scrolling was very nice. The included Gallery app recognized folder structure and showed folders using thumbnails.

The steps for mounting the phone as a USB drive were not obvious, but works well when following the instructions on Android Developer's site ([...] Steps: (1) Install free Eclipse SDK on your computer (I installed C++ version for Windows XP, but JAVA is recommended). (2) Install ADT (Android Development Tools) Plugin to Eclipse. and (3) Turn on USB debugging. From your phone, click Home, Menu, Setting, Applications, Development ->> then turn on USB debugging. When you plug-in the USB cable, your phone will ask if you want to mount the USB drive. From the windows computer, the USB drive was automatically assigned the next drive letter and I was able to use Windows Explorer to drag-n-drop content. This is more involved than usual for mounting a USB drive (most are automatically recognized). But I found myself intrigued by the nice Eclipse SDK.
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