China Mobile has a highly customized HTC Magic in the works loaded with custom firmware and TD-SCDMA capabilities (China's own network which should mean no Wi-Fi or 3G). If you take a look at the pictures you can see that this pre-production model has a lot of the software that is different from typical Android goodies, you almost get an iPhone-esque layout that honestly bears no resemblance to Android.

The HTC Magic China Mobile edition is supposed to be on track for a May release but details on pricing are still non-existent. Supposedly it's going to be called the Dopod G2. This obviously has little to do with the US or European market, but hey, it's always good to see the HTC Magic form factor!

Hit the jump to see more pictures of China Mobile's HTC Magic.

[engadget]

 

 
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Tallbruva says:

Just goes to show how customizable Android is. But Google said they expected this to happen from day one. Question is: With so much customization, will apps be compatible across the board?

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