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Mark Peters : November 13th 2009 - 13:40 CET
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T-MobileT-Mobile Tap entry level cell phone : We are expecting the availability of a new T-Mobile phone shortly; the T-Mobile Tap. We recently learned that at least Deutsche Telekom will sell the T-Mobile Tap, but whether the rest of the world will be able to purchase the same handset, is not yet clear at this time. The T-Mobile Tap is a simple yet stylishly designed cell phone, and comes in two fashion colors; cherry red and so-called midnight blue. This is a typical example of a mobile phone that aims at those users who are genuine design lovers, yet don't like to spend a huge sum of money on it. So it's an entry-level mobile phone, and in our opinion, there is nothing wrong with that.

T-Mobile Tap

T-Mobile Tap features
When it comes to dimensions, the T-Mobile Tap is quite compact, and as it includes T-Mobile Web2Go, surfing the Internet is both simple and relatively cheap for the earlier mentioned target group. The T-Mobile Tap cell phone supports the 3G network, which means speed is generally guaranteed. The 2 megapixel digital camera onboard of the TMobile Tap phone allows you to take snap shots, including video clip capture if you like. The relatively low resolution ensures that the phone does not have to go to great lengths in order to be able to process the images quickly.


T-Mobile Tap budget phone
The built-in card slot lets you expand the memory of the T-Mobile Tap by a microSD memory card, up to a maximum of 16GB. You can use the fairly small screen to play back your recordings, although the resolution is rather low (240x320 pixels). The amount of colors that this screen can reproduce is somewhat limited with its 65,000 colors. The T-Mobile Tap cell phone may not be a true engineering feat, but that will without question benefit its price-tag!

Tmobile Tap
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