Conclusion: Being still new to the US market, Huawei needs some work on future handsets if they plan on being competitive in this market. The T-Mobile Tap displays everything that a first time handset should not do if they really want to provide a compelling handset to customers. Facing stiff competition from other similar touchscreen phones, the T-Mobile Tap is littered with too many problems that need some fine tuning to become somewhat at least usable.
Excerpt: (1 items) The inexpensive T-Mobile Tap , designed by Huawei , is a stylish touch phone targeted toward tweens. While the Tap has a solid suite of communication and multimedia features, the slow interface and cramped touch keyboard keep it from being the ultimate messaging phone. The compact Tap measures 4.2 by 2.2 by 0.5 inches thick and weighs a feather-light 3.7 ounces.
Pros: Stylish and slim design, Good feature set for the price
Cons: Touch interface is slow, Small, low-res display