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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on January 12, 2012
Motorola Triumph ordered continues to turn itself off and will not reboot until 30 minutes or so goes by even with my repeately pushing the power button. Removing and reinstalling the battery sometimes helps to get it to turn back on about one in 25 times. How annoying !!!! Even during a call or surfing the web, it will just turn itself off for no reason and will not come back on. This is my first smartphone and isn't a great way to start. Battery life when it does work is about 2 hours usage and due to the issues mentioned above, I haven't even had the opportunity to see what the stand by time is. I have many important calls coming in and since it keeps turning off on it's own, I have missed many call opportunities of me trying to sell my condo in Orlando. So far the best word I can describe about this phone is it is a piece of _ _ _ _ !!!!!!!!!!!!!! (go ahead and fill in the blanks in your head.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on May 14, 2012
I really wanted to love this phone since VM needs higher-end phones to compete with contract plans. I liked everything about the phone except the bluetooth and the wi-fi. These are common complaints about this phone, but many reviewers didn't have these problems, so I took a chance. The bluetooth drops the connection on a Plantronics headset and a Jabra headset. I also tried in with my Garmin GPS, but with every bluetooth device the phone would drop the connection after a couple minutes. Since I spend hours every day on the phone for business, it was a deal-breaker for me. The wi-fi would also drop, which was not good, but I could probably live with that flaw.

The larger display is sharp and responsive. I didn't have any lag or freezing. The call quality was good.

I did notice that the signal strength meter consistently showed fewer bars than the LG Optimus V that I replaced, but the actual call quality was just as good even with just one bar. In the end, I swapped back to the Optimus V and returned the Triumph. If it weren't for the bluetooth issues, I would have given this five stars. But for the money, it shouldn't have problems with such basic features such as bluetooth and wi-fi.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on March 20, 2012
we bought two of these phones. One was bought awhile back, and the other around the end of January. The first one bought has been working great with no issues or problems at all and very happy with it. The second one died after just over a month of use. While in the middle of texting, the screen had a vertical line go down it and poof...dead. Called up Motorola tech support and they had us do a hard reset with no luck, and then had us change out the battery with the other Triumph, and still no luck. Going thru Motorola, we were going to have to send the phone back to them, have it fixed, then it would be sent back...and we would have to pay for the shipping to Motorola. We use the phones for Virgin Mobile, so we called Virgin and told them what happened and what we did with tech support with Motorola. They quickly set us up with a new phone being shipped out free thru FedEx, and with a return label to send the defective phone back for free. Pretty impressed about that with Virgin. Sux that the phone died so fast tho. Also, it seems the battery doesn't last quite as long as expected, but was still pretty good.
I'll update later after we get the replacement phone and have it working for awhile
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on February 24, 2012
I did not think I needed a smartphone but my sister convinced me to buy one. I decided on the Motorola Triumph supported by Virgin Mobile and now can't imagine not having it! The triumph is a great smartphone!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on January 18, 2012
By far the best large screen android offered for Virgin Mobile customers. If your one who needs reading glasses like me this is the phone for you. I do recommend buying extra batteries like the 3 pack with the external charger from ebay from Japan or China. Is only about 15 dollars. The phone does use batteries like candy. But the Gps is Great accurate and fast. Screen is bright and clear and is very responsive. If you plan to switch out batteries like I do I recommend you take off the back battery plate and get a semi rigid phone cover for about 5 bucks on ebay. I change the battery up to two times a day charging it on external charger. A wireless phone should be wireless. Keep the extra batteries in wallet. This phone makes the samsung intercept look like trash. Being Virgin mobile does not have anything of this screen size to compare to nothing bad can be said about it. Just make sure you buy your bluetooth and window mount for this phone it works great with one. Do Not buy the flexible wired mount make sure its the plastic secure mount can be found on amazon or ebay.
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on June 7, 2012
Motorola Triumph Prepaid Android Phone (Virgin Mobile) there are some coverage issues with virgin mobile in my area- but the phone itself works great- good pictures and a fast response time.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on August 26, 2012
To start this a review of a phone, not of virgin mobile.

The phone seems to be great, but keep in mind that virgin mobile is already really, really affordable, it makes sense for me that they are not going to sell the best of the best when talking about phones.

Problems that I personally had with this phone, the phone was never rooted:

-- just after a week phone just went dead, sent back.
-- after getting second one (returned first one) having same problems.
-- terrible signal reception. Many times just hanging on one 1x bar
-- sometimes it turns off by itself and in order to turn it on I had to remove battery and put it back again
-- many apps just keep crashing or some just stop working
-- GPS takes forever to get your location
-- battery life is horrible. Many times had to recharged before going bed so it can be on at morning.
-- RIGHT AFTER a year, which warranty expired, phone went dead again.

Now no phone, no way to return it, just have to get another one.
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on December 26, 2011
The phone is really a small tablet. It does everything I want it to.
Easy to set up. Between the function of the phone and the price/value
of Virgin Mobile you can not go wrong.
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on December 6, 2011
This phone provides a lot of function at a fraction of the cost of most contract phones with data plans. I think of it as a handheld computer that can also be used as a phone.
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on November 20, 2012
described well, shipping sucked, phone came brand new, although from time to time the phone will glitch and the screen will spazz. Other then that, i give it three stars.
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