Vodafone says the HTC Magic will be out in April. The operator managed to snare an exclusive on the touch-screen, QWERTY-less follow-up to last year's first-Android-phone-ever, the T-Mobile G1.
Here are the specs as we know them so far - 3.2-megapixel camera, 3.2-inch QVGA touch-screen and impressive internet specs to the tune of HSDPA, trackball and navigation pad for extra-smooth web browsing, and support for POP3 and IMAP3 mail. And it marks the second phone to run on Android, the open-source mobile operating system from Google that's been the subject of oh so much hype despite having been on a total of one handset.
It is a sweet little OS though - check out our video demo to get a taste.