Magic HTC with Android for Vodafone

4:39 AM Edited by Blony

. Yesterday it was leaked some pictures of the HTC or formerly known as Magic Sapphire and made official today and to the satisfaction of Android fans.

With Vodafone written on the top and "with Google" on the back, the Magic is the first HTC device with Android on the operator and has a definitely more interesting than the G1 from T-Mobile, but no QWERTY keyboard so also is the first full touchscreen that uses the open source OS from Google. Curiously, like the G1 holds the bottom with the call button, home, menu, and the trackball, among others.

As had been filtered, the HTC will have a Magic 3.2 megapixel camera, GSM and HSDPA connectivity, GPS and Wi-Fi. The new data show it with your 3.2-inch touch screen TFT 320 x 480 pixels resolution.

It also has on-screen QWERTY keyboard (¿cupcake?), Direct access to YouTube, Android Market, Google Maps, Google Search, Gmail, POP3, IMAP, Gtalk and optimized for Android WebKit browser.

Vodafone will begin selling the HTC Magic in a few months and come the first markets where they are United Kingdom, Spain, France (via SFR), Germany (black) and Italy (black and white).

To be available free with any plan of Vodafone contract but a little more affordable will be sold for between 99 and 199 euros. Probably will also appear in other countries such as India. And for America, the Magic could be the HTC T-Mobile G2, but not confirmed.