Motorola Triumph (Virgin Mobile) Video
Motorola Triumph (Virgin Mobile) Video Transcript
Hey, everyone, I'm Bonnie Cha, senior editor of cnet.com, and I'm here with your first look at the Motorola Triumph for Virgin Mobile. This is Virgin Mobile's first Motorola Android smartphone and it's for their prepaid market. The Triumph is designed more for those who loves social networking, and web browsing, and messaging, rather than using your phone, so, it's got some more advance features like this 4.1 inch WVGA screen. It also got more of a stock Android experience which we love. On back, you've got a 5 megapixel camera and it is capable of recording 720p HD video. It also has a 1 GHz soundtracking processor, so you should see better performance on the Triumph than some of the other devices available from Virgin mobile. It is running Android Chip 3.2 trio, and it has some of the standard Google surfaces such as Gmail, and Google maps navigation. Also come with Virgin mobile buy, which is a new. music application service that includes streaming music as well as some social networking aspects to it. Motorola Triumph will be available this summer. They have not announced pricing yet, but I think it's a good addition to their lineup especially for the prepaid market, and it's a great deal of plan. So, if you love social networking and web browsing, I think- the Triumph's gonna be a good pick. I'm Bonnie Cha, and this has been your first look at the Motorola Triumph for Virgin Mobile.
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Motorola Triumph (Virgin Mobile) Review
The good: The Motorola Triumph has an attractive 4.1-inch WVGA display, decent multimedia features like a 5-megapixel camera that can record HD video, a front-facing VGA camera, HDMI output, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS. Performance is snappy.
The bad: The Motorola Triumph has squishy side buttons. Captured video has poor audio quality.
The bottom line: The Motorola Triumph finally brings a high-end Android smartphone to the prepaid market.
Motorola Triumph (Virgin Mobile) Specs
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