HTC Magic confirmed as Vodafone exclusive
30 April 2009 — 5:00 PM
Prices and availability for the latest phone to utilise the Google Android operating system has emerged.
Vodafone have confirmed the HTC Magic will be launched on two-year contracts, where it will be free for users on a £35 monthly tariff.
The device represents a first for the carrier, as it will be the first available on its network that sports Android.
Previously, the only device to be launched in the UK with the new operating system had been the T Mobile G1 - which was exclusive to that particular network, but was also built by the same manufacturer.
Earlier this month, Vodafone announced the HTC Magic was available for pre-order ahead of its official May 5th launch.
The phone comes with a 2GB memory card in addition to its 500MB internal capacity and offers a full qwerty keyboard, 3G connectivity and 3.2-megapixel camera.
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