Virgin Mobile lets Android run Blur-free on the Motorola Triumph
Motorola hopes to rescue its tarnished MOTOBLUR UI with a name-change. We, however, think the rust runs deeper than that — and it seems we’re not alone. Virgin Mobile has decided to give its prepaid customers the “true Android experience” from now on, which means you’ll find no proprietary shell whatsoever sitting atop its new Motorola Triumph handset. Aside from a few bits of Virgin bloatware, the Triumph escapes with a relatively standard install of Android 2.2. Meanwhile, MOTOBLUR will still be foisted on pay-monthly customers who buy a Photon 4G or XPRT from Sprint, Virgin Mobile’s parent company. Some of them might like the shell and its add-ons, but others will be better off without such OS contamination.
Pubblicato il 13/06/2011, in Hi-Tech con tag android, Android 2.2, android skin, Android2.2, AndroidShell, AndroidSkin, blur, froyo, motoblur, motorola, Motorola Triumph, MotorolaTriumph, prepaid, proprietary, shell, skin, sprint, Triumph, ui, virgin mobile, Virgin Mobile USA, VirginMobile, VirginMobileUsa. Aggiungi il permalink ai segnalibri. Lascia un commento.