The phone has a 3.2MP camera which now can take video, HSDPA/WCDMA and Wi-Fi connectivity, Bluetooth, a GPS module and a sleeker design compared to the G1 as well as an updated Android operating system. On the software side, the Magic will of course ship with a range of Google applications along with the Webkit-based Android Internet browser and Android Market. Pricing details have not yet been announced and at least initially the HTC Magic will only be available in Europe through Vodafone, one of the most recent members of the Open Handset Alliance. Check out a video with Gizmodo’s hands-on impressions after the jump.
Android G2: HTC Magic Hands ON from Gizmodo on Vimeo.