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Mar 12
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4.2
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"A great phone when you consider the price."

The Motorola Triumph on Virgin Mobile is the first step in the right direction for prepaid carriers everywhere. It has a 1 gigahertz single core processor (of the same make as the Thunderbolt's); 512 megabytes of RAM, 2 gigabytes of internal storage; a 5 megapixel rear facing camera with LED flash, HD 720p video, and a front facing VGA camera. It has a 4.1 in 800 by 480 pixel display that is extremely good looking. Colors are rich and vibrant, and pictures suffer from very little pixillation, and the max/min brightness settings are perfect. It's a relatively thin device with a nice solid feel to it. You can't really complain too much about the small issues of the device when you consider the price. You pay $240 for the contract free phone (Amazon) and then a minimum of $35 a month for unlimited data and text with 300 minutes. The only gripes I have with it are the Android 2.2 OS and the rather unsatisfactory battery life. (These issues can be remedied by installing a custom ROM if you so wish.) Overall I've been very satisfied with this phone, and I would recommend it to anyone.


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It's one thing to save money by using a prepaid carrier. It's another thing when you can actually get a high-end smartphone while still saving money with a prepaid carrier. The Motorola Triumph is no average prepaid phone. It packs a 4.1-inch display, a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, a 5-megapixel camera that captures HD video, and the popular Android OS. This is what prepaid phones should be, maybe even what they need to be if prepaid carriers want to lure in current post-paid customers.... more...

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