Summary: I remember when this phone first came out i was so excited to receive it. Once I got it and started using it, the more and more I hated it over time. This thing was SLOW, even typing slowly it would not handle it, I mean you have to type not much more than 10 wpm for the phone to respond. Another problem is the screen responsiveness was horrible, like it was not calibrated sometimes. I always found myself pressing the wrong thing.
Summary: After a couple of weeks this phone slows down. I'm not sure why, but it does. It lags in texting, takes a while to go to the next screen.. etc. The collaboration setting doesn't even work. Even if you used the tiniest point to collaborate you will still end up getting something else. The picture quality is horrible. Dusts easily goes under the screen. The weird thing was then I tried to charge it one day and it didn't charge correctly...
Summary: I have owned maybe six phones in my life, and this one is by far the worst. Ive owned black and white phones that were waaaay better. I had this phone replaced three times, almost a fourth till t mobile realized this phone is absolutely terrible and gave me a new smart phone. DO NOT EVER BUY THIS PHONE!!
Summary: This phone only worked properly for 5 months. The "left side" of the screen no longer works. If I want to dial the 1 I have to press the 4. If I want to dial the 4 I have to press the 7. If I want to dial the 7 I have to press the * button. I cannot erase any text mess. because the option button is located on the bottom "left side" of the phone. So I can no longer send or receive text.
Summary: I got this phone as a present! What a surprise, couldnt tap very well, and had a slow connection to the web.It automatically cut off especially when making a phone call, volume was low and when i brought a 16gig memory card and used it, it didnt read my card right it told me i had a 8gb card!! After a while it stopped tapping. In my opinion not good.
Summary: The T-mobile Tap was the first phone I ever got from T-mobile, and right before the first year of my contract was up, the tap functionality started dwindling. Then out of nowhere, the tap function just stopped. It came back briefly, but only intermittently. Good thing this phone was still under warranty, so I got a T-mobile Comet as a replacement (still a tap-based phone with more stream-lined features, but I still don't trust it).
Summary: I bought this phone directly from T-Mobile with a 2 week guarantee. As luck would have it, it began to give me trouble after about a 1 1/2 months. Dropped calls for no reason, horrible texting, slow features. Please don't buy this phone; it's absolute JUNK!
Summary: This phone is awful if you love texting. It's T-mobile's entry level touch screen phone, so of course it's not going to be the most amazing phone ever...it's greatly priced and it's quite stylish - but don't let its looks fool you! Touching the buttons on the screen can take 5 seconds or more to respond a lot of the times (you'd expect for it to instantly react when you press a button don't you?
Summary: Touch screen does not calibrate well. When I go to Contacts to call, I often get the next caller above or below in the list. Speakerphone is not loud and the touch screen button is unclear if you are turning it on or off. The teeny browser is unuseable and very slow to load. Way too many steps to change the sound profile. Lock button is right next to Camera button and the icons on the buttons do not adequatley signify that one is camera and the other is lock.
Excerpt: I'm on my 3rd or 4th one! They keep LOCKING UP, the touch screen feature goes away, and since there is no on-board keyboard, I thus I lose the ability to navigate, delete pick, videos, dial numbers, free up memory! The engineers who designed this did not think ahead! I can't type in a reset password if the touch screen is no longer working. AVOID the tap! It will give out on you and leave you in a bind.
Cons: LOCKS UP, you lose tap screen capability. You're dead in the water., DON"T BUY IT!