Sprint Motorola Triumph – New Sprint’s prepaid phone for Virgin Mobile

Posted on June 10th, 2011 by New Cell Phones

The new Sprint Motorola Triumph cell phone very attractive- it’s thin, sleek, and compact. I like the simple, minimalistic design. This looks like a great phone. Finally something worth buying from a prepaid carrier. This is for people who don’t want to get into a 2 year contract and pay over 100 dollars a month and now you don’t have to settle for a crappy phone.

Pros: no motoblur, flash support and 5.0 mp camera w flash, dirt cheap plans,hdmi out, large screen

Cons: no Adnroid Gingerbread 2.3, screen is wak, RAM is not much, cheap plastic material, slow 3G

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- Motorola Triumph cell phone photos



It is very refreshing seeing Virgin Mobile get really aggressive at getting a nice phone like this.  Their service, while slower than contract carriers, is strong and dependable.  And consistently gives at least a megabit of downloading speed.



Motorola Triumph  KEY FEATURES:
• 5MP back-facing camera and VGA front-facing camera
• HD video capture and playback in 720p, both on device or over HDMI
• Massive 4.1" display (800×480 WVGA) and ultra-thin at .0.4"
• 1400 mAh battery
• 512MB RAM with 2GB ROM and SD card slot for extended
• Froyo (Android 2.2) with Flash support for enhanced browsing
(download from Android Market)
• Soft touch design for comfort in hand


Motorola Triumph SPECIFICATIONS:
• Software Platform: Android – Froyo
• Messaging/web/apps: MMS, SMS, email
• Camera: 5MP AF with flash, VGA front facing
• Video: 30 fps @ 720 p decode
30 fps @ 720 p 14 Mbps encode
• Connectivity: microUSB, 3.5mm , HDMI port
• Browser: Android Webkit Browser
• Bluetooth: BT V2.1 + EDR
• Memory: 512MB RAM/ 2GB ROM, uSD Slot
• Location Services: aGPS
• Form Factor: Tablet
• Experience Category: Media Centric
• Baseband: Qualcomm MSM8655
• Weight: 143g
• Dimensions: 4.8" x 2.5" x 0.4"Display: 4.1" 800 x 480 WVGA
• Battery: 1400 mAh
• Bands/Modes: CDMA 1900 MHz EVDO RevA, 802.11 b/g/n

via Engadget / BGR

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