Video Tour: T-Mobile Tap
Phone Scoop goes hands-on with the T-Mobile Tap. This entry-level touch phone (made by Huawei) is a great little companion that offers the basics in a compact package.
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Here is an in-depth video tour of the T-Mobile Tap. It is an entry-level touch phone that should fit anyone's budget. You can watch the video here:
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This review was lame for the following reasons...
2. The review says no 3G, but the standard phone info page in Phonescoop says it does have it. SO which is it?
3. The phone has an email client, but we get not even a single word about it in the review. Can it do any service, or only those listed like some other models? Does it do IMAP/push? Does the POP3 access at least have auto connect? No info at all.
4. As with almost all Phonescoop reviews, they didn't bother to see if Opera Mini works (or any other add-on Java apps needing Internet access).
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