Review: Motorola Triumph
The Triumph makes use of the stock Android 2.2 phone application, and Motorola hasn't done anything to dress it up. That's just fine. In-call features run the typical set: send to Bluetooth, speakerphone, mute, merge calls, etc.
The Triumph uses the stock contact application as well. With access to myriad different contact databases, the Triumph lets you carry a virtual white pages in your pocket. Each contact entry lists gobs of details, and makes calling or sending messages a cinch from any contact card. I like that you can easily switch from seeing a contact's information to your history with that contact (calls, emails, IM, SMS, etc.) and even their photos. Searching through the contact database is a breeze with the built-in search tool.
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