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T-Mobile Tap

The T-Mobile Tap has curved edges and rounded corners. It looks a lot like the HTC Touch.

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Touch screen

The T-Mobile Tap has a 2.8-inch touch screen, which is quite small as far as touch-screen phones go.

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Side

The T-Mobile Tap is 0.5-inch thick.

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Soft touch

The T-Mobile Tap has a nice, soft, touch plastic backing that gives it a comfortable feel in the hand.

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Camera

The T-Mobile Tap has a 2.0-megapixel camera.

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Keyboard

The T-Mobile Tap has a full virtual QWERTY keyboard. You can reveal it by rotating the phone to landscape mode during text input.

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Palm

The T-Mobile Tap is quite lightweight at 3.7 ounces.

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Buttons

The T-Mobile Tap has the Send and End keys below the display, as well as a square navigation toggle.

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Pocket

The T-Mobile Tap is very pocket-friendly thanks to its small size.

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