Vodafone, HTC Announce New Android Phone
Feb 17, 2009, 5:47 AM by Rich Brome @rbrome
updated Feb 17, 2009, 9:31 AM
At a Vodafone press conference today, HTC and Vodafone announced the Magic, a new smartphone from HTC running Google's Android OS platform. The Magic is a slab-style device without a physical keyboard. It features HSDPA 7.2, a 3.2-inch QVGA capacitive touch display, trackball, GPS with compass for pedestrian navigation, 500 MB of memory plus memory card slot, and Wi-Fi. Like all Android phones, it features Google Mail, POP and IMAP email, Google Talk, Google Maps, and YouTube. It will be launched in the spring in the UK, Spain, Germany, France, and Italy.
Phone Scoop gives HTC's new myTouch 3G Fender Edition Android phone the special hands-on treatment, complete with unboxing!
T-Mobile and HTC have teamed up to offer the second Android phone in the U.S., the myTouch 3G with Google. It is leaps and bounds better than the G1, but still has a number of limitations.
Jan 14, 2010
Today T-Mobile announced that it will begin offering the HTC myTouch 3G Fender Edition on January 20. The updated version of the myTouch has several new features, including a custom-designed back plate, 3.5mm headset jack, a 16GB memory card, free access to doubleTwist music sync software, and preloaded content from Eric Clapton, Avril Lavigne, Brad Paisley and Wyclef Jean.
Jun 21, 2009
Today T-Mobile announced its second Android device from HTC, the myTouch 3G with Google. The myTouch is very similar in look and design to the HTC Magic Android phone, which was announced earlier this year.
Mar 26, 2009
Documents seen on the FCC web site reveal some information about a new HTC phone apparently bound for T-Mobile's network. The SAPP300 has been approved with 1700/2100MHz WCDMA, as well as quad-band GSM/EDGE, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.