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      Construction
      Height112mm (4.41")113mm (4.45")
      Width56.2mm (2.21")55mm (2.17")
      Depth14.4mm (0.57")13.7mm (0.54")
      Dimension112x56.2x14.4mm (4.41x2.21x0.57")113x55x13.7mm (4.45x2.17x0.54")
      3D SIZE

      Side View3D SeparatedTop View3D InsideFront View

      Weight135gr (4.76oz)118.5gr (4.18oz)
      Form FactorCandy BarCandy Bar
      Material
      Colors
      Usability
      Display Resolution320x480px320x480px
      Display Size46x68mm (1.81x2.68") ~180PPI46x68mm (1.81x2.68") ~180PPI
      Display Diagonal3.2"3.2"
      Display Type65k TFT65k TFT
      Secondary Display Resolution
      InputTrackball
      Capacitive Touchscreen
      Trackball
      Capacitive Touchscreen
      Talk Time8 hours - 2G
      7 hours - 3G
      7 hours, 30 minutes
      Standby Time18 days, 8 hours - 2G
      31 days, 6 hours - 3G
      17 days, 12 hours
      OSAndroid OS, v1.5Android OS, v1.6
      JavaAvailableAvailable
      VibrationAvailableAvailable
      RingtonePolyphonicPolyphonic
      Hardware
      ChipsetQualcomm MSM7200AQualcomm MSM7200A
      Processor528MHz ARM11528MHz ARM11
      GPUAdreno 130Adreno 130
      Ram288MB192MB
      Internal Memory512MB512MB
      External MemorymicroSDmicroSD
      Camera Resolution5 Megapixel3.15 Megapixel
      Camera Flash
      Camera Lens
      Optical Zoom
      Front Camera
      Second Front Camera
      Front Camera Flash
      Other FunctionalitiesDigital Compass
      Accelerometer
      Digital Compass
      Accelerometer
      SpeakerMonoMono
      Battery Capacity1350mAh1340mAh
      Battery Type
      Connectivity
      WIMAX
      WiFiWi-Fi 802.11 b/gWi-Fi 802.11 b/g
      UPnP
      NFC
      USBv2.0v2.0
      Bluetoothv2.0v2.0
      Positioning SystemIntegrated GPSIntegrated GPS
      TV Receiver
      TV Out
      Audio Output3.5mm Jack
      Radio
      Ethernet
      Infrared
      Cellular Network
      Network CompatibilityGSM 1800, 1900, 850, 900
      UMTS 900, 2100
      HSPA 900, 2100
      GSM 1800, 1900, 850, 900
      UMTS 900, 2100
      HSPA 900, 2100
      SIM CardsMiniMini
      PTT
      HSCSDHSCSDHSCSD
      GPRSClass 10Class 10
      EDGEClass 10Class 10
      AMPS
      CDMA2000 1xEV-DO
      US Operators
      World Compatibility
      NO ACCESS
      2G (GSM)
      3G (UMTS)
      3.5G (HSDPA)
      4G (LTE)
      worldwide compatibilityworldwide compatibility
      AT&TGSM 1900 / GSM 850GSM 1900 / GSM 850
      T-Mobile USGSM 1900GSM 1900
      Verizon
      Sprint Nextel
      VARIOUS
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      ReviewsDisplay Verdicts
      80 out of 100
      CNET
      While it could use a boost in the performance department, the HTC Hero is the most feature-packed Google Android device to date, bringing some notable improvements and a highly customizable interface. read more
      N/A out of 100
      Techhive
      N/A out of 100
      GSMArena
      In the beginning there was G1 as the frontline trooper, the expendable GI. Elsewhere, in the HTC discourse, it was hope and vision. Well, it seems the dreamers Dream is coming true and someone there is really proud with what... read more
      N/A out of 100
      mobile-review
      N/A out of 100
      TechRadar
      At last the phone we've been waiting for has finally arrived. The HTC Hero has emerged blinking into the light, complete with the new Sense UI, to unleash a smackdown on the iPhone and the Palm Pre. Android upgraded, this is the most powerful Google OS phone yet. read more
      80 out of 100
      CNET
      The Google Ion is the Android device for which we've been waiting. A few complaints remain, but its eye-catching design and interface, improved features, and satisfying performance make us excited about Android's full potential. read more
      80 out of 100
      TechRadar
      The second Google Android phone finally lands: with new features and an upgraded interface, it's a belter read more
      75 out of 100
      Phone Arena
      Last year, HTC released the first Android phone, the T-Mobile G1, but the second handset to run the OS is also an HTC product. Meet the Magic a slimmer and QWERTY-less smart phone, running on the ... read more
      N/A out of 100
      mobile-review
      N/A out of 100
      GSMArena
      A cool looking touchscreen carrying a new mobile OS was enough to get the attention of even the most hardened of them techies last time we checked. Fair enough, the HTC Magic isn't groundbreaking but the Cupcake-ful of changes it brings, promise a whole new experience... read more
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      Published OnJune 2009February 2009

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