Also known as the O2 xda II mini, the T-Mobile MDA, the Qtek S100, the Vodafone VPA Compact, the Dopod 818, the Krome Spy, the Orange SPV M500, or the i-mate JAM -- the HTC Magician is a device that packs a 416 MegaHertz single core Intel PXA270 XScale processor, with 64 megabytes of random access memory (RAM). With a resolution of 240 by 320 pixels, its thin film transistor (TFT) touchscreen is capable of displaying 65,536 colors. Its 1.3-megapixel camera might not best other offerings in the market, but it does have a few features like CMOS image sensor, digital zoom, burst mode, exposure compensation, and camcorder capacity. At 1,200 mAh, its battery is capable of providing about 5 hours of talk time, while giving about 190 hours of stand-by time. Its other features include Bluetooth and USB connectivity, including infrared and computer sync, Internet browsing capability (via Internet Explorer), tri-band GSM compatibility (850, 1800, and 1900 MegaHertz), polyphonic ringtones (up to 40 variants), vibration, phone profiles, speakerphone, service lights, and voice recording. The HTC Magician is one of the first generation of Pocket PC handsets that incorporate a small form design, which made the device garner positive reviews from both smartphone experts and end users alike.
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