The new touchscreen HTC Magic is the phone maker's sleek second attempt at integrating Google's mobile phone Android operating system.
The phone, called HTC Magic, has a 3.2-inch touch screen, with a 3.2 megapixel color camera which can also capture video.
HTC's boxy intitial attempt at an Android-powered phone was its G1 model. The previous phone had a slide out physical keyboard.
The phone was unveiled on Wednesday by Vodafone at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. It will be initially be available in Europe.
The Magic includes access to Google applications, a 3.5G network connection, memory card support for the SD 2.0 standard, a 320x420 pixel screen and support for Bluetooth wireless headsets.
The physical dimensions of the phone are 113 x 55 x 13.65 mm ( 4.45 x 2.17 x 0.54 inches)
It also includes support for a variety of audio formats including the commonly used MP3 format, Microsoft Window's WMA and Apple iTune's AAC format.
The video format support includes the MP4 and 3GP formats.