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Motorola SLVR L7 Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelSLVR L7 Black
DateJul 2007
Memory
Flash card supportYes
Internal memory12 MB
Display
Display resolution176 x 220 pixels
Display typeTFT
Display number of colours262144 colours
Audio
FM radioNo
Ringer typePolyphonic
Music playerYes
Polyphonic rings quantity32
Weight & dimensions
Weight96 g
Width49 mm
Depth11.5 mm
Height113.5 mm
Power
Battery technologyLithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Battery capacity820 mAh
Talk time (2G)6.6 h
Standby time (2G)350 h
Technical details
Colour of productBlack
Networking
Data networkGPRS
Phone features
Form factorBar
Java technologyYes
Messaging
MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service)Yes
Data transmission
BluetoothYes
Infrared data portNo
Camera
Rear cameraYes
Rear camera resolution (numeric)0.3 MP
Rear camera resolution640 x 480 pixels

Reviews of Motorola SLVR L7

trustedreviews.com
Reviewed on 2006-08-01
Motorola's SLVR is a well known handset, but oddly it slipped through our net when it first appeared. The SLVR has been through a few iterations, like Motorola's other capitalised handsets the RAZR and the PEBL, and I'm going to look at an incarnation of ...
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phonearena.com
Reviewed on 2006-06-08
Size, Stylish design, Music player with extendable memory through microSD memory card, Good battery life
Worse under light and smaller buttons (in comparison to the RAZR), using which leads to some mistakes, Easy to finger print the surface, Uncomfortable SIM card holder, Lack of service lights
After the great success of the RAZR, Motorola have decided to use the award winning idea for a thin phone and as they remodeled the conception the SLVR line was created which consists of thin phones in a candy bar design. L7 is the most advanced SLVR f...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2006-03-01
iTunes compatible Stylish Thin and light Micro SD memory card included EDGE compatible
Limited song capacity Easily smudged and scratched Poor-fitting, poor-sounding earbuds
The SLVRs iTunes interface pretty much parallels the iPods; but the SLVR is certainly no iPod.
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mobiletechreview.com
Reviewed on 2006-02-27
Samsung Trace t519 Thin is perpetually in, and the Samsung Trace is even slimmer than the Motorola SLVR L7 and the older Samsung t509s. Not just a pretty face, this quad band phone has EDGE, Bluetooth, a 1.3MP camera and a MicroSD memory expansion slot...
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ilounge.com
Reviewed on 2006-02-07
Once in a while, we test a new iPod-related product that is just well-executed enough to be good for some small percentage of the population, but isn’t good enough to recommend to all or most of iLounge’s readers. As Motorola’s second &l...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2006-02-02
So pretty. iTunes is easy to use.
Quiet speakerphone. Poor camera. Slow data transfers. Strange headphone connector.
The Motorola SLVR L7 may be the handsomest phone in America. But even though it runs Apples popular iTunes music player, its feature set doesnt excite us. (One example: Like the RAZR V3, but unlike the newer V3c, the SLVR L7 uses the primitive reco...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2006-02-02
The Motorola Slvr L7 has an attractive overall design. It also comes with an integrated iTunes player, Bluetooth, a sharp display, a TransFlash card slot, and a speakerphone, as well as solid call and music-audio quality.
The Motorola Slvr L7s iTunes player is sluggish, and its burdened with too many usage restrictions. The phone is further hampered by a low-resolution VGA camera, a lack of support for EDGE, tricky controls, no FM radio or stereo speakers, and little ......
<b>Spec:</b> 3.4 oz, Up to 400 min, With digital camera<br /> <b>Good:</b> The Motorola Slvr L7 has an attractive overall design. It also comes with an integrated iTunes player, Bluetooth, a sharp display, a TransFlash card slot, and a speakerphone, as well as solid call and music-audio quality.<br /> <b>Bad:</b> The Motorola Slvr L7s iTunes player is sluggish, and its burdened with too many usage restrictions. The phone is further hampered by a low-resolution VGA camera, a lack of support for EDGE, tricky controls, no FM radio or stereo speakers, and little integrated memory.<br /> <b>Bottomline:</b> Motorolas Slvr L7 puts a prettier face on the iTunes phone, but its midrange features, its sluggish music-player performance, and the limitations on the iTunes usability are big distractions.<br />
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mobile-review.com US
Reviewed on 2005-09-14
Just at the last moment the company of Motorola renamed its fashion line phones and assigned an L index to them (see details on this point in the review of L2/L6). For now, the top model is the L7 aka SLVR (coming from "sliver"). The device is interest...
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goodgearguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2006-03-01
Slim form factor, Well built, Memory card slot, MP3 Player, Included Bluetooth headset
Menu system, Keypad design, Heavy, Paltry VGA camera, no iTunes support in Australia, Average battery life The Final Word The SLVR L7 is an admirable effort by Motorola to provide the same wow factor of the RAZR in a candybar format. A better quality c......
The current trend when it comes to mobile phones is an extremely thin form factor. Motorola kicked things off with the launch of the famous
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