Remember how we told you that Android devices can be different from Google Experience Android devices? If you recall, Android phones can either take on the Google logo and become a Google Experience phone which means adhering to certain standards or Android phones can leave the Google at home and tweak Android as they choose. In the most prominent example of a Google Experience vs non-Google Experience, the Google Experience HTC Magic doesn't support Exchange, while the non-Google branded HTC Magic supports it. Weird huh?

So yes, Rogers HTC Magic and HTC Dream will both support Exchange. Which means they can't have the nifty "with Google" branding on the back. Boo hoo.

[via engadget]

 
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