by Keith

Motorola SLVR L7

The latest mobile phone from Motorola, displaying its thin yet strong body with wide screen display. With only 11.5mm thickness, you could even slip into the pocket of your tightest trouser with no problem. The Motorola SLVR L7 also attributes its clarity in display to its large 176×220 TFT screen with 262K colours, which is an absolute delight and comfort for the eyes.

Besides the unbelievably slim profile, the Motorola SLVR L7 is equipped with keypad that glows in the dark, scratch-free screen, integrated MP3 player, integrated digital VGA camera with up to 4x digital zoom, polyphonic speaker, Java games, and a hands-free speaker so that everyone can listen.

Bluetooth technology is integrated to be part of the latest Motorola handset nowadays, enabling it to connect to PCs, hands free headset, as well as other wireless devices. This is also quad-band GSM mobile phone, connecting to regions operating GSM 850/900/1800/1900 bands. In terms of performance, the mobile phone can last up to 350 hours of standby time, and up to approximately 400 minutes of talktime, in a single charge.

Technical Specification:

  • Dimension: 113.5x49x11.5mm
  • Colour: vivid colours for viewing images and video clips
  • Internal memory: up to 5MB of built-in memory
  • External memory: up to 512MB of removable optional memory
  • Weight: 96g

Though it may seem one of the coolest phone available in town, I find that in terms of software support, there is still more to expect from Motorola. The SLVR has a low-speed USB connection, meaning it could only load just over two songs per minute. In addition, it also has the famous 100-song limit. The SLVR is lacking a few other featurees. For instance, although “speaker independent” voice recognition software — an excellent safety feature if you’re using a phone while driving, because it dramatically reduces the need to look at or touch the phone — can be found in many Motorola handsets, the SLVR isn’t one of them.

It may seem that while it’s still hot out in the market, users overshadowed by other phones, offering better features, i.e. LG and Samsung phones.

One review or comment

D~tay Says: November 29, 2007 at 3:04 am

I have a slvr from cricket but my computer doesn’t recognize it when i plug in my usb cord how can i fix that problem.

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