Motorola Triumph (Virgin Mobile) Video
Motorola Triumph (Virgin Mobile) Video Transcript
I'm Nicole Lee, senior associate editor for cnet.com, and this is the first look at the Motorola Triumph (Virgin Mobile). It is a pretty large smart phone here from Virgin Mobile, it looks like a [unk] actually, on the front- is a very nice and generously proportioned 4.1 inch WVGA display, as you can see, it's really nice and bright, and colorful. It has a 5 customizable home screens, thanks to Android 2.2 [unk] on this phone. On the back is a 5 megapixel camera and LED flash. There's also a front facing VGA camera. The Motorola Triumph has all of the usual Android 2.2 features, of course, that includes Google functionality like G-mail, Google talk, voice search, and so forth, it also comes a Virgin Mobile live, which is a Virgin Mobile's music application. Other features include GPS, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi. We're happy to report at the Motorola Triumph does not have any Moto blur interface on it, so it's fairly has a lot of- as well as Android phone go. The phones 1 gigahertz snap dragon processor makes it really zippy and snappy to navigate the phone. Apps launch quickly, and multitasking is not a problem. Over all, the Motorola Triumph is well built. It's so very slim, as you can see here, and it's kinda very soft touch rubbery material. The Motorola Triumph retails for 300 dollars, this may sound like a lot, but remember, its Virgin Mobile so you get it without a contract. I'm Nicole Lee, and this has nee the first look at the Motorola Triumph.
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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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- Product Basic Spec