Not long after HTC Dream was announced for Asia, here’s another Android smartphone that has a dreamy name: HTC Magic.
The so-called Magic seems to be a European version of T-Mobile G2, which we first saw several weeks ago.
According to BGR, HTC Magic will be exclusively released by Vodafone across Europe, although there’s no word yet on when this should happen.
As you can see in the images from below, the G2 / HTC Dream looks slightly better than the G1. Unfortunately, it’s far from HTC’s freshly-announced Touch Diamond2 and Touch Pro2.
HTC Magic / G2 is said to come with HSPA connectivity, Wi-Fi, GPS and a 3.2MP flash-less camera. Also, the handset doesn’t seem to have a hardware QWERTY keyboard (like the G1 has).
We’ll bring more details about the HTC Magic as soon as they appear.
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