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    HTC Magic hands-on video. Impressive Touchscreen typing!

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    The HTC Magic is an Android-powered mobile designed to turn heads with its design, and command attention with its advanced list of capabilities. Ready to always keep you in the know… it provides the Google suite of services like Mail, Search and Maps geared up for use in the palm of your hand. Further enhanced with video capture and support for tunes via Bluetooth wireless headsets, the HTC Magic is a true entertainment and media powerhouse.

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    This phone is way to small. I guess the people with big hands and fingers are not meant to have this phone; what a drag.
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    hm i would like to test drive one
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    Quote Originally Posted by planneau View Post
    This phone is way to small. I guess the people with big hands and fingers are not meant to have this phone; what a drag.

    I would test drive the keyboard to see just how small it really is. I have used small keyboards before with my big hands and fingers.


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    like i think the keys would just take getting used to thats all,you know what i mean
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    It's 3.2-inch TFT-LCD flat touch-sensitive screen with 320x480 HVGA resolution

    or 0.3 of an inch less than iPhone but the same 320x480

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    HTC is pushing out some pretty snazzy devices. Would you like to run Android, Windows Mobile, or BlackBerry software on the handset? They have a pretty good business model if you ask me.
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    Indeed, HTC Has my vote for smartest manufacturer this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EricaJ1073 View Post
    I would test drive the keyboard to see just how small it really is. I have used small keyboards before with my big hands and fingers.
    Yes I do agree with you on the test drive. Not just the key's I have a problem with being small, the phone as well I think is too small for me.

    Small phones are a turn off for me. Mid side and Large is more my thing.
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