The second phone using Google's Android mobile operating system has been unveiled at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Like the G1, this one is manufactured by HTC. Dubbed the "HTC Magic," the phone will be made available by Vodafone in UK, Germany, Spain and France. It will also be made available in Italy, but with non-exclusive carrier rights.
The Magic has no keyboard (whereas the G1 does have one), meaning typing will occur on the touchscreen only. It boasts a 3.2 inch screen and trackball.
The first Android phone, G1, was first released by T-mobile in the US last November.
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