Sep 13 AT 12:49 PM Taylor Wimberly 9 Comments

Say Hello to T-Mobile’s Tap Happy Device Testing Robot

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  • MyMilan

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  • CTown

    Hello, robotic finger-thingy!

  • Adryan maldonado

    I hope tap happy the testing robot doesnt replace carly as their spokes person/robot.

    • http://www.focuszonedevelopment.com Homncruse

      I hope they make Carly robots.

  • Nathan D.

    The thing pretty neat and cool to look at. Nice to see what they use to test phones this days.

  • President John Kerry (retired before inauguration)

    Ah, thats how T-Mo is testing the non-existing coverage….no bars EVERYWHERE

  • jamal adam

    Doing the robot dance at the end, lol.

  • young3g

    This must be new because if they tested all phones they wouldnt be no crappy bugs, i cant tell u how many phones ive had to get replaced. Its about damn time Tmobile!

    • http://www.focuszonedevelopment.com Homncruse

      You realize it’s not T-Mobile who writes the code, right? Blame your app developers, or in the case of custom skins, the manufacturer. The fact that carriers do any testing of the phone at all is a bonus. They only do so because glaringly broken software on a phone they sell would damage their image.

  1. Soylent Green is People!

  2. Hello, robotic finger-thingy!

  3. I hope tap happy the testing robot doesnt replace carly as their spokes person/robot.

  4. The thing pretty neat and cool to look at. Nice to see what they use to test phones this days.

  5. President John Kerry (retired before inauguration)Guest 3 years ago

    Ah, thats how T-Mo is testing the non-existing coverage….no bars EVERYWHERE

  6. Doing the robot dance at the end, lol.

  7. young3gGuest 3 years ago

    This must be new because if they tested all phones they wouldnt be no crappy bugs, i cant tell u how many phones ive had to get replaced. Its about damn time Tmobile!

    • You realize it’s not T-Mobile who writes the code, right? Blame your app developers, or in the case of custom skins, the manufacturer. The fact that carriers do any testing of the phone at all is a bonus. They only do so because glaringly broken software on a phone they sell would damage their image.