If you thought that HTC Magic was dead, guess again, since Rogers and T-Mobile have found a way to prolong the life of this cool handset. The first carrier did so by launching the wooden Fender edition of the phone, while Rogers added the Sense UI to it and called the product Magic+.


HTC Sense gets implemented via a firmware update and we also learn that Rogers will brand the units with the new UI on board using the Magic+ name. Android 1.5 still runs on the handset, but Android 2.1 should also be available at some point. Aside from the UI change, there’s nothing changed from the original specs…

[via Engadget]

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