If you’ve considered to buy the Motorola Triumph in the past, but then seen that it’s actually still being delivered with Android Froyo 2.2, you’ve might reconsidered not buying it. However, a lot of Motorola customers have still bought the phone, and these could now upgrade to Android 2.3.5 through the famous CyanogenMod.
The Triumph it self is a cheap, mid-budget phone with a $300 price-tag, just at the price where one could afford it, and it comes with quite high-end specs for the price; 2GB in-built storage, 4.1-inch WVGA display and more. But still, the Froyo has scared a lot of more advanced users away. The fact that CyanogenMod now has brought Triumph to their Gingerbread 2.3.5 list could actually increase the sales of the budget phone. The mod will improve the UI (user interface) and more, which makes the phone more delicate to use, as Froyo is too outdated.
There are some minor bugs with the mod, but these are errors that shows up because of the lack of kernel code from Motorola. Until they release the code, there might be some slight bugs and similar errors, but reports shows that it’s “next to nothing” compared to the fact that you’ll get 2.3.5 on your phone.
If you’ve got the Motorola Triumph, please try to update to the CyanogenMod version, and comment below whether it improved your phone or not!
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