In Pictures: 9 Android devices getting an unofficial Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade

Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) is the latest version to show up on smartphones and tablets

Triumph

Maker: Motorola Carrier: Virgin Mobile USA Original OS: Android 2.2 ("Froyo") NOT officially supported by CyanogenMod 9 community

The Triumph is currently the top-model Android phone you can buy for use on the pay-as-you-go Virgin Mobile network. With a 4.1-inch screen and 1GHz processor, it's not too shabby at a retail price of $299 when you consider plans start at $35 per month that include "unlimited" 3G (throttled after you gobble up more than 2.5GB of data) with no contract. So it quickly gained a following among the Android device modding scene, and CyanogenMod 7 was ported to it. Despite the fact that the CyanogenMod community has yet to officially support it, there also exists a port of CyanogenMod 9 for the Triumph.

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