NTT DoCoMo HT-03A
|Compatible networks||GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850 900 1800 1900 MHz
WCDMA/UMTS 900 1700 2100 MHz
HSDPA 7.2 Mbit/s
HSUPA 2 Mbit/s
|Availability by country||Spain April 27, 2009
Taiwan May 2009
Canada June 2, 2009 (Rogers Wireless)
Hong Kong, Netherlands, Singapore June 2009
United States July 29, 2009 (T-Mobile USA)
Chile January 28, 2010
|Dimensions||113 mm (4.4 in) H
55.56 mm (2.187 in) W
13.65 mm (0.537 in) D
|Weight||116 g (4.1 oz)|
|Operating system||Android 1.6 Donut
Upgradeable officially to 2.2.1 Froyo, unofficially to 2.3.3 Gingerbread
|CPU||PVT32A 528 MHz Qualcomm MSM7200A ARM11
PVT32B 528 MHz Qualcomm MSM7201A ARM11
|Memory||PVT32A 288 MB RAM
PVT32B 192 MB RAM
|Storage||512 MB ROM|
|Removable storage||microSD (supports up to 16 GB)|
|Battery||1340 mAh, 3.7 V
Internal Rechargeable Li-ion
|Data inputs||Multi-touch capacitive touchscreen
|Display||320 x 480 px, 3.2 in (81 mm), HVGA, 65,536 color LCD at 180 pixels per inch (PPI)|
|Rear camera||3.2 megapixel, autofocus|
|Connectivity||Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR with A2DP
|SAR||Head: 0.783 W/kg 1 g
Body: 0.973 W/kg 1 g
|Hearing aid compatibility||M4|
HTC Magic (marketed as T-Mobile myTouch 3G in the United States, and as NTT DoCoMo HT-03A in Japan) is an Android smartphone designed and manufactured by HTC. It is HTC's second Android phone after HTC Dream, HTC's first touch-only flagship Android device and the second Android phone commercially released, as well as the first touchscreen-only Android phone.
Vodafone unveiled the Magic on February 17, 2009 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The Magic went on sale in Spain on April 27, 2009, in the UK and Taiwan in May 2009, and in Singapore, Hong Kong and The Netherlands in June 2009. It became more widely available to customers in Germany (Vodafone), France (SFR), Philippines (SMART Communications), India (Airtel) and non-exclusively in Italy and Sweden, and in other countries. The device was released in Canada by Rogers Wireless on 2 June 2009. Vodafone has exclusive rights to sell the HTC Magic in some of the markets they service.
Pre-orders for the smartphone in the United States through T-Mobile USA began on 8 July 2009. T-Mobile officially released on 5 August 2009. In Russia, there was information that it would be available via Russian HTC official online store for about 770 USD, but soon HTC announced that it decided to sell another Android-powered device instead of HTC Magic. The first Android device officially sold in Russia was later revealed to be HTC Hero.
The T-Mobile myTouch 3G comes bundled with a pair of headphones, an extUSB headphone adapter (which also serves as an in-line microphone), wall charger, USB Cable, Cloth Pouch, Screen Protector, and documentation, all inside a unique carrying case that also serves as the retail box. The Phone itself also has a 4 GB SanDisk Class 2 microSD Card (SDHC) inside. The T-Mobile myTouch 3G Fender LE comes with the same accessories except for the headphone adapter, and the microSD card that is included has a 16 GB capacity.
The Vodafone HTC Magic comes bundled with a pair of headphones, wall charger, USB cable and documentation. The phone comes with a 2 GB microSD card. The Vodafone Germany/New Zealand/Australia HTC Magic comes bundled with a pair of headphones, wall charger, USB cable, leatherette pouch and documentation. The phone comes with an 8 GB microSD card.
The Rogers HTC Magic comes bundled with a pair of headphones, wall charger, USB cable, leather pouch, and documentation. The phone also includes a 2 GB microSD card. Unlike the T-Mobile model, it does not come with an extUSB headphone adapter. The HTC Magic was one of the first smartphones to be offered by Rogers.
HTC Magic runs the Android operating system and comes pre-installed with a WebKit-based browser. Other pre-installed software enables access to various Google services, including Gmail, Google search, Google Maps, Google Talk and YouTube.
Like in HTC Dream, the Android Market application, which allows users to download new software applications from third-party developers, as well as providing publicly viewable ratings and comments, is also included with the device. Versions of HTC Magic for the Indian market do not have Google apps and Android Market access.
Most carriers have upgraded this phone to Android OS 2.2 Froyo, including T-Mobile and Vodafone.
One exception is Rogers in Canada which has not upgraded the phone past Android 2.1, and NTT Docomo in Japan, which has not upgraded the phone past Android 1.6. Another is Proximus in Belgium and HTC in Taiwan, which has released no updates to the Android 1.5 firmware.
The only models that use the 32B platform are the original T-Mobile myTouch 3G (v1.2 of this phone, released in Feb 2010, switched to the 32A), the Vodafone Magic in some countries, the Google Ion developer phone, and the NTT DoCoMo HT-03A.
(All of these support the same four standard 2G GSM frequencies, so they can be used without 3G on most GSM networks anywhere in the world.)
T-Mobile USA released the myTouch 3G Slide June 2, 2010 in the United States. The myTouch 3G Slide runs Android 2.2 Froyo and has a 3.4-inch touch screen and a 5-megapixel auto focus camera with LED flash.
T-Mobile USA released the myTouch 4G November 3, 2010 in the United States. The myTouch 4G runs Android 2.2 Froyo. The myTouch4G features a 3.8-inch touch screen, a 5-megapixel auto-focus rear camera with LED flash, a front-facing VGA camera for video chat and can be used as a Wi-Fi Hotspot for up to 4 devices. The myTouch 4G supports T-Mobile's 4G HSPA+ network.
Processor Qualcomm® MSM7200A™, 528 MHz Memory ROM: 512 MB RAM: 288 MB
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