09
Jun
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At their NYC luncheon event, Sprint and Motorola just made official the second of their two new Android devices: the 4.1-inch Triumph. It'll be Virgin Mobile's first Motorola Android device when it launches later this summer, packing a 1GHz processor of some variety, a 5MP rear shooter in addition to a VGA front-facing camera, and an HDMI output port in its 0.4-inch thick body.

Though Sprint has yet to inform us of the Android version the Triumph will be running, we do know that it will come with Virgin Mobile Live 2.0, a social networking app which will provide free access to a "critically acclaimed music stream" hosted by Abbey Braden. The app will also feature live music performance videos and "check-in" features at "special" events - hopefully that means you'll be able to use the Triumph to pay for your concert tickets.

Update: Here's the full spec sheet, courtesy of Engadget:

• HD video capture and playback in 720p, both on device or over HDMI
• Massive 4.1" display (800x480 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

Update 2: Here are a few images of the device:

triumph 1 triumph 2 triumph 3

As a (very exciting) side note, it appears that the Triumph will be BLUR-less, just as previously rumored!

We'll continue to update this post as we get more details (including images of the device); in the meantime, feel free to read through the press release below.

Motorola’s Debut on Virgin Mobile USA

Available this summer, Motorola TRIUMPH is the first Motorola device available exclusively to Virgin Mobile USA customers. Tech savvy customers will appreciate the feature-rich Motorola TRIUMPH as one of the hottest phones with the added flexibility of a no contract plan.

Motorola TRIUMPH boasts a vibrant 4.1-inch WVGA touchscreen, two cameras, a super slim design at less than 0.4 inches thick, HD-Video (720p) capture and HDMI output to allow for image sharing on your HDTV (requires HDMI cable sold separately).

Additional features include:

  • 1GHz processor and up to 32GB of expandable memory to power and store multimedia libraries
  • HDMI out hook-up for flat screen multimedia viewing
  • Android Market for access to more than 200,000 useful applications, widgets and games available for download to customize the experience
  • Access to corporate email, social media sites, like Facebook® and Twitter™ and a full suite of Google™ services, like Google Search™, Gmail™, Google Maps™, Google Talk™ and more
  • 5 megapixel rear-facing camera and front-facing VGA camera for video chat

Motorola TRIUMPH will also be the first handset to come preloaded with the Virgin Mobile Live 2.0 app used to access the Virgin Mobile branded music stream.

Virgin Mobile Live 2.0 is a social networking music application, which will provide Android users free access to the company's critically acclaimed music stream hosted by DJ Abbey Braden, as well as live music performance videos, and "check in" features at special events. All status updates made using the app will also sync with Facebook and Twitter. It will be available in late July atwww.virginmobileusa.com and in major retail outlets nationwide.

Jaroslav Stekl
Jaroslav Stekl is a tech enthusiast whose favorite gadgets almost always happen to be the latest Android devices. When he's not writing for Android Police, he's probably hiking, camping, or canoeing. He is also an aspiring coffee aficionado and an avid moviegoer.

  • Jacob

    I swear they better not load it with Froyo, which I'm sure they will.

    • JAG

      It has froyo, but theres no blur, maybe this is going to have an unlocked bootloader also.

  • Chris

    For a second I thought I was looking at a Zune HD. That thing looks more like a brick than any Motorola device yet.

    • Jeremy

      how is it a brick when its thinner than the evo

  • kim

    Phone seems nice. I got optimus v but this one is tempting. My husband will now probably leave tmobile when he sees this one