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12/15/2017 11:24:06 PM

HTC Magic Android

 

After waiting and waiting for an Android phone to appear at the Mobile World Congress, Vodafone on Tuesday unveiled the HTC Magic, the successor to the T-Mobile G1 (formerly known as the HTC Dream). It features slightly different buttons to the final version, but the rest will be the same.

 

 

 

Unlike the G1, the Magic doesn't feature a keyboard, instead relying on a very responsive touchscreen. It's a lot smaller than the G1 and feels really good in the hand. The curved edges and shiny finish give it an elegant appearance and feel

 

 

Look pretty cool and it only costs you  £100 ( $160 )

 

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