Written on: 12/02/2006 by jaythambiah (2 reviews written)
256K Screen, Bluetooth, Quad band, MP3 player, Video recorder, Sleek keypad, Expandable 512MB memory, web browser, calendar, calculator plus all the usual.
May be a (?)VGA camera,
MOTOROLA SLVR L7. This is the best mobile phone Motorola have ever made, and you better believe it. I have never liked Motorola's since the brick-phone days as they have for a longtime been outsmarted by nokia, Sony etc. That is until I bought the all new SLVR L7. I am so impressed with this beauty that I have decided to write this review as a tribute to Motorola for giving birth to such a beauty so I may be able to have fun with her. She has everything you could possibly want. To start with, she has the most luxurious and richest colour screen on the market. At 256K she has the most beautiful screen in her class, beating Samsung and Sony Ericsson hands down. Although she is thought to be a derivative of the RAZR V3, the L7 has a much improved menu system and no time delay with her keypad commands that the RAZR has. Needless to mention the feeling in your hand of her prestigious slim sleek body shell when you hold this beauty. And she is indeed a beauty with brains too as her Bluetooth has the strongest scanning power, for example I was able to send pix upstairs to my 6680 and K750i from my lounge downstairs. She sings well too for she has the most elegant speakers and a sharp and crystal clear MP3 player at her heart. All these are backed up by a decent VGA camera and video recorder. All in all she is miles ahead of her class for she has class, beauty and brains all-in-one. When was the last time you met a lady like that?
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