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Motorola Triumph

alaTest has collected and analyzed 27 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the portability and design. The screen and responsiveness also get good views. There are some less positive reviews about the sound and GPS navigation, and opinions about the camera and connectivity are different.

responsiveness, screen, design, portability

reception, GPS navigation, sound

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the Motorola Triumph is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

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Motorola Triumph


The Motorola Triumph provides a very good Android experience without a contract, but its battery life is short.

The term "prepaid phone" conjures up visions of a poorly constructed device with even worse performance. Thankfully, the Motorola Triumph for Virgin Mobile defies the stereotype. For $299, you'll walk away with a mid-level Android phone that mostly...

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Motorola Triumph


When we first laid eyes and hands on Motorola's first Android offering for Virgin Mobile, we were pleasantly surprised. The Triumph proved to be one of the better looking and performing pre-paid handsets we'd had the pleasure of holding in our sweaty...

Solid body ; Good price ; No Motoblur

Inconsistent reception ; Some apps slow to load ; Mediocre battery life

The Motorola Triumph is an ambitious mid-level phone that successfully ditches the stigma of pre-paid offerings.

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Motorola Triumph Review: The Best Contract-Free Phone Available Now


When it comes to prepaid phones, the Motorola Triumph is one of the best I have ever seen. This $300 device from Virgin Mobile (price as of July 25, 2011) proves that you don't need top-of-the-line specs, like a dual-core processor or 4G connectivity,...

Very fast and responsive ; No third-party Android overlay ; Sharp and clear display

Audio in videos sounds muffled ; Camera images could be sharper

The Motorola Triumph is one of the best prepaid phones you can buy.


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Motorola Triumph Preview


Earlier this week (July 19), Motorola released its brand new super-slim Triumph phone for the Virgin Mobile service, which operates on Sprint's 3G network. Running Android 2.2 (Froyo), this touchscreen smart phone features a 5 megapixel rear facing...

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Review: Motorola Triumph


The most powerful prepaid smartphone in America gets a full review. At twice the price of the LG Optimus V, is it worth the cost of admission? Read more to find out.

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Motorola TRIUMPH Review [on Virgin Mobile]


Here's a Motorola candybar you're not going to want to miss. This is the first Motorola device to be carried by Virgin Mobile, and the biggest and by far the most impressive Android handset you're going to be able to purchase off-contract for under...

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Motorola Triumph Reviewed - Does Motorola Triumph Over the Competition?


The Motorola Triumph is looking to do as its name suggests, beat out the competition in the prepaid smartphone market. Featuring some impressive specifications that rival those found in contractually obligated higher end smartphones, the Triumph is...

The Motorola Triumph ranks in as a solid "Good" ranking for a prepaid, affordable smartphone. It is set to be released on July 19th with a price point of under $250, which seems a bit expensive, but the item to note is that there is no contract...

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Motorola Triumph Review Part 1 | PhoneDog


Sydney does a full review of the Motorola Triumph from Virgin Mobile . This is Virgin's first high-end phone and it has been highly anticipated by prepaid customers. The Triumph features a 4.1-inch display, a 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, and a...

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Motorola Triumph


I love this phone.

Great screen, fast, no contract, great plans, can actually have a conversation without being dropped (try that on AT&T with an iPhone... impossible!)

Battery life not great. Taking a bit to get used to Android keyboard, coming from AT&T iPhone 3GS

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Motorola Triumph


The phone's inability to provide good reception is a fatal flaw that the nice screen and fast processor can't overcome.

Large, high resolution screen, fast processor

The phone's signal reception is POOR, ranging from 7 dB to a whopping 23 dB WORSE than my LG Optimus V (on the same carrier), with an average 13 dB worse, resulting in dropping the data connection. In addition, the phone has SEVERE problems achieving a...

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