Our friends at Android Community just took out the HTC Magic's camera for a spin and came back with some pretty darn nice looking images. The 3.2 megapixel camera on the HTC Magic has been a point of emphasis for a lot of readers and it's good to see the photo quality come to light.
The picture above was taken with a HTC Magic with no editing or post production magic. If you ask us, it looks pretty darn good. Granted the picture was taking outside in the daylight, it doesn't look like an especially sunny day (that's London for ya!) and the quality still came out nicely. Overall, we're pretty impressed with the HTC Magic's photo capabilities and can't wait to get our own hands on it.
What do you guys think of the HTC Magic's photo quality?
hit the jump to see a couple more pictures taken with the HTC Magic!
The humor of taking a snapshot of Cupcakes is not lost on us.
This seems to be a quick shot taken indoors, not bad.
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