The Magic feels very much like the phone that Google should have used to originally launch Android. It's far superior to the G1 in terms of looks and usability, while enhancements such as the addition of the dedicated search key and tweaks to the user interface are also very welcome. It's only really the lack of multi-touch support and a few rough edges such as the iffy accelerometer that hold it back. On the whole though, we'd say it's the second best smartphone available on the market today, just behind the iPhone. And considering we hold the iPhone in such high regard, that's no small praise.