The G2 goes to Vodafone in Europe?

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The G2 goes to Vodafone in Europe?
According to BGR, the G1’s long-expected successor will be exclusively offered by Vodafone in Europe. And this is not all, the new device has also been called the HTC Magic, which, as the source says, will most probably not be a final name.

For now, what we know of the phone is that it is going to feature HSPA, Wi-Fi and GPS connectivity. In addition, it will have a 3.2-megapixel camera and a number of Cupcake updates, coming preloaded on the device.

HTC G2 Preliminary Specifications

source: BGR



1. Charlie unregistered

No one will buy it. It's hideous.

2. *HOVA*

Posts: 564; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

WAY better looking then the G1 that's for sure.

3. phoneguy

Posts: 213; Member since: Jan 08, 2009

Charlie have you ever used one? looks arent everything have you seen the HTC Mogul ? that phone looks like shit warmed over

6. razile

Posts: 2; Member since: Mar 02, 2009

i personally think it looks really nice! but not that it matters it'll never be for VZW even though Vodafone's getting it which doesnt make too much sence to me but oh well.

4. Charlie unregistered

That thing in the picture above looks better than a G1? Not even close. If the G2's buttons on the front were redesigned, I'd change my mind, no doubt. They're the only problem I have with it, but they ruin the whole look. True, looks aren't everything, but I wouldn't buy a phone solely on features; it has to look some-what good. You know? I wouldn't buy the most feature-rich phone on the markey if it looked bad.

5. TheKing

Posts: 15; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

i said the same thing about the g1.. not that i bought it but i love to use it. you hardly look at the phone, more at the screen, and whats on the screen. easy to use, plenty off apps. and great visuals. only downfall is tmobile and a plain looking phone

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