Engadget reports that the HTC Magic went through the FCC to go through what the FCC does to hot item gadgets--inspect 'em. Though the HTC Magic doesn't have T-Mobile 3G capable bands (1700MHz) we can surely expect two different regional models in the future (the G1 did that). We're not sure if this means the HTC Magic or T-Mobile G2 is coming sooner than later, but it's good to know the FCC knows about it. We think.



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HTC Magic Passes Through the FCC


The FCC doesn't actually inspect anything when a product comes to market (same goes for CE). They put the burden on the manufacturer to test and get a certificate of compliance. It's only if someone demands compliance does the documentation trail get inspected. Remember this is the government we're talking about. They don't actually do anything.