The Triumph boasts some pretty specifications but that’s not the only thing that makes it attractive. It also is available without a contract meaning those of you that don’t like signing your life over for two years now have another Android phone to consider.
As for those specs, here is a look at what the Triumph will be bringing to the table when it is release next month in July.
· 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
· 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
Highlights include the tweener 4.1 inch screen as well as an extremely thin design that checks in at a mere .4 inches at its thinnest point. This is a great looking mid-level phone and is especially appealing again because it’s doesn’t require a contract.
It should be noted that Motorola and Virgin did not offer any specifics in regards to pricing so that remains a mystery along with its specific launch date.