Excerpt: I've had this phone nearly 2 years now. Rooted and used 2.3 Starship Triumph (excellent build--very stable) for over a year. Just flashed ICS rom this weekend and love it. Phone is a little slower, but overall, everything functions except for the video camera and HDMI port.
Excerpt: I bought my Motorola Phone back in July. I know that a lot of people had problems with the phone, but I guess I lucked out in some areas. This is a really great phone for Virgin Mobile! I upgraded to this phone from the LG Optimus V.
Pros: 4.1, 1Ghz Snapdragon processor, Front facing camera, HDMI out
Cons: Below standard 5 Megapixel cam (yellowish color), 720p camcorder is like 15 FPS. Very Low quality, Reception is low, Bad Battery life (get the 1500mAH battery on amazon)
Excerpt: I don't have much more to say over what I've posted in the individual scores, except that I'd choose this phone over any other phone that the prepaid market has. It's a great smart-phone, and in my opinion it could compete with bigger and better smart phones out there.
Pros: Great display, Runs fast, Great camera, Price
Cons: Poor battery life when in use, Reception seems poor, Speakers may not be the best for it's various capabilites
Great Prepaid Phone for Data but poor Battery Life.
ardent1, Phone Arena
29 July 2011
Excerpt: I had a 3-day window to buy the phone and get the $25 a month data plan. I took a chance since it was my first Android Phone. The problem with prepaid phones today is they just plain suck if you want to surf the web. The Triumph's 4.1" of real estate did not disappoint.
Pros: Great features like 5 MP Camera, 4.1" Screen to surf the web
Excerpt: me parece que motorola vuelve posr sus fueros sacando moviles modernos y con un estilo diferente, este triumph incorpora una camara muy buena con autofocus y de 5 mx, el sistema operativo es el android 2.2 froyo que hara que el movil vaya rapido en todos los aspectos en la navegacion , en descargas...
Pros: -Aplicaciones y juegos, -Cámara de fotos, -Conexión a Internet, -Diseño