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MSRP $299.00
Release date June, 2011
Brand Motorola
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The Motorola Triumph is a smartphone that runs Google's Android 2.2 operating system. It is only available on the Virgin Mobile US network as a pre-paid device. With a Qualcomm snapdragon processor, 4.1 inch display, and 2GB of built-in memory it is a step ahead of most pre-paid smartphones in the US market. It is interesting to see Motorola adopting Qualcomm processors as opposed to the Texas-Instruments OMAP processors that have used in so many of their Android devices. The MSM8655 system-on-chip provides more than adequate performance for most users as the hardware is identical to that of the HTC Thunderbolt (Verizon) and the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc. Other features include an HDMI output, A-GPS, and a 5 mega pixel camera. The Motorola Triumph is an excellent options for buyers looking for an affordable smartphone with good performance. 

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affordable contract-free price tag ($300)

large 4.1" capacitive multitouch WVGA display with sleek thin bezels

minimalist black rubberized body

5MP back-side camera with LED flash, VGA front camera - records video in 720p high definition

micro-HDMI output for playback of images and video directly onto compatible HDTVs and displays

pretty powerful - 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8655, 512MB of memory

2GB of free internal storage

runs a vanilla version of the popular, open source Android operating system - lacking Motorola's bloated Motoblur customizations

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less powerful than on-contract devices

runs an older version of Android (2.2 vs the latest 2.3)

below average data and voice performance - inconsistent

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