GSMArena now has a review of the Android-powered HTC Magic up on their website. Here’s an excerpt from the review:
HTC Magic’s elderly brother, the T-Mobile G1, was heavily criticized for the lack of a document viewer – a must for every smartphone, especially in this price range. Luckily, this time we found what we were looking for – using the Quickoffice and the PDF viewer you can view your office documents stored in the phone’s memory, the microSD card or received via email. Editing isn’t possible, at this stage but this is still a huge step forward for the Android OS.
This is indeed a step forward for the Android line, though it would have been a much better picture if documents editing had been included.
The review: HTC Magic review: Practical magic
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