Summary: Needed a new phone and thought this would be a great buy... Turned out I was wrong the phone turned out to not be so great. things i disliked was the fact it felt real cheap and for a phone that was 169$ at the time I bought it was not worth it. Screen would flicker and the battery sucks and when i have to charge my phone in the middle of the day is not good. if it can't make it through a whole day then it not worth my money.
Excerpt: My last phone was a Motorola Droid so I thought Triumph would be similar, wrong. The hardware may be OK but the software integration on Triumph sucks. #1 complaint is Bluetooth won't stay connected so the thing is useless for driving hands free. VM customer service has been totally unresponsive on this problem Second the android keyboard is poorly configured. It uses your contacts list for a dictionary.
Pros: nice screen, acceptable speed
Cons: Bluetooth is useless for driving, software configuration is full of dumb mistakes
Pros: Nice screen resolution, fast compared to iphone 3g, nice audio from headphone jack, good GPS, 36G storage, nice style, dual camera, runs flash for video, no contract, 1200 anytime mins, 20MB data plan, unlimited text(as much as memory allows).
Cons: Screen vanishes while attempting to press disconnect call. Poor speaker quality & microphone, malfunctioned USB(have to remove battery to charge on external charger), limited app storage memory capacity...can't receive text when low on memory.
Pros: large crisp screen It looks good It'll keep one of your hands toasty warm this winter
Cons: Poorly written instruction manual. Motorola doesn't provide a program to sync with, like its other android phones do You can't buy an extra battery yet Motorola put a low capacity battery in the phone 2gb micro SD card is insufficient Battery cover dosn't