"Overall, a good basic touch screen"4.0 starson by ZTBELL21
Pros: I like this phone for all it does, considering it falls just shy of T-Mobile's other touch screen devices (e.g. HTC MyTouch 3G, Samsung Behold II, etc). Also, it's very affordable.
Cons: It has a "cheap" feel but that's typical of basic phone. Also, it could run Android, but T-Mobile chose not to put that on.
Summary: First, the product's weakness- it feels like it's made from cheap plastic, but I've seen numerous other phones that feel the same way and have 2x the price tag (such as a certain phone that's exclusive to the nation's "fastest" and spottiest 3G network). Second, as with any low-end touch screen, it feels a little slow and clunky at times.
However, it's weaknesses are made up for by the fact it's a 3G world phone with a touch screen and an affordable price tag. Also, it has a MicroSDHC slot that holds an 8 GB card with decent storage for songs, photos, etc. The browser also works great, especially when compared to other touch screen devices in it's class. Also, unlike some other touch screens, this one has an FM radio- which allows people to listen to local personalities without carrying a seperate device.
Overall, this is a great device for someone getting their first touch-screen phone but I wouldn't get it for someone who needs to multi-task, open office documents or develop applications. Instead, I would recommend the MyTouch 3G, the G1, or any Windows Mobile device.