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Written on: 14/04/2009 by demonhide (3 reviews written)
i had this motorola SLVR for a year,the reason i bought it in the first place is becouse its stylish the battery cover is metal,volume is not that loud,micro sd,mini usb,and the camera sucks....very laggy when starting apps and camera especially when de memory card is full,it only supports 1gb mem but if u want 2 use a 2gb there are softwares that allow u to mod the phone on the net,motorola models are known to be easily moded lol eg u can change the 6 icon menu into a custom made 9 or 12... (read more)
Written on: 11/04/2009 by panda1 (27 reviews written)
Motorola SLVR L7 GSM 850/900/1800/1900 (Quadband) with camera, micro SD, mini-USB, candybar/monolith style, internal antanna. Battery talk time is less than I would have liked. (read more)
Written on: 04/08/2008
I have had my sliver for a year and a half and i can not wait to get rid of it. The camera is blurry, when you record a video you will be lucky if it lasts a minute, the iTunes on it though is my biggest problem. Every time i go to iTunes it will randomly skip songs and even delete them some times if i turn my phone off and then back on. The screen will randomly freeze and turn white and i will have to hit it to make it come back.
I DO NOT RECOMMEND ANYONE GETTING THIS PHONE (read more)
Written on: 09/03/2007 by sillybilly4832 (2 reviews written)
I do like this phone it has good features and it is stylish. If you are looking for a MP3 phone then it would be wiser to buy an iPod. But has lasted me 8 months and has not broken or anything and the battery life lasts for me about 4 days which I thought was incredible having switched from a Nokia 3200 (which broke down on me). (read more)
Written on: 14/10/2006 by johnEIRE (2 reviews written)
More or less Motorola SLVR is a good phone all round, apart from the little niggley thingys. If you can get used to the Motorola software and the niggly thingys 'tis an excellent phone. It has a good big clear screen and is handy. (read more)
Written on: 10/06/2006 by aaamn89
Its worth for its price, its been 2 months since I have had this phone and I am very satisfied. The features this phone has is just satisfying for its size. (read more)
Written on: 18/05/2006 by reptile (16 reviews written)
I've had the Motorola SLVR mobile phone about 2 months now, and I am VERY happy with it! The features are great. The audio player is really good, although it could be a little louder. The screen colour is very vivid, but the screen does scratch easily. It's super slim, which is really great! Games are decent as well. Unfortunately, Motorola's do not have good memory. In fact. they have the worst of any handset supplier I know. The good news however, is that you can purchase a memory card for... (read more)
Written on: 16/04/2006 by Helcuz155 (1 review written)
I bought the Motorola SLVR mobile phone from Carphone Warehouse before Christmas, as I liked its appearance and it is very individual, as very few people had it then and I bought it unlocked and to use abroad.
It is a nice phone to use. It is suitable for anyone. However, it can be slow at times, and it freezes and turns itself off. It seems to be affected by Wi-Fi networks as well. It loses its signal, the screen goes blank, and it can take a while to recover.
Battery life changes a lot... (read more)
Written on: 26/03/2006 by FESTer (1 review written)
Having had my Motorola SLVR mobile phone now for over a month, all I can say is it is amazing (the Orange software can take a little getting used to, but once you use it for a day or two deliberately exploring, it is surprisingly intuitive).
Having come from the V3, one of the first things I did notice was the speed increase in the response to menu selections, texting and call answering. The memory card is great, and having full length music on that for the iTunes bit (not used daily but... (read more)
Written on: 04/03/2006 by ace4519
The Motorola SLVR mobile phone was heavier than I expected. It is still working off the first overnight charge, and I have played something like 3 MP3's, and have clocked a little over 2 hours on it, and just lost one battery bar. Texting can be a pain because the numbers are lower on the phone.
It is a hot sexy phone with good features, but a few design issues. (read more)
Written on: 01/03/2006 by Zoidberg (6 reviews written)
I bought my mobile phone from the carphone warehouse for Christmas for £100. I was very pleased when I got it out of the box. The metal and keypad are very nice. The camera is OK, although pictures can seem a little dull unless you have it on night setting.
My only bad point is that I find the buttons a little small, but this is no big deal.
Overall, it has loads of nice feature, and it looks and feels great. Recommended! (read more)
Written on: 12/02/2006 by jaythambiah (2 reviews written)
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... (read more)
Written on: 08/02/2006 by Dogg
I like the Motorola SLVR mobile phone because I am one of the first to have it. It would be even better though if it had a bigger memory capacity. (read more)
Written on: 06/02/2006 by pmsl (2 reviews written)
The Motorola L6 is an absolutely brilliant mobile phone! It is great looking and has brilliant bluetooth etc. The only bad point is that it only has 10Mb in memory!!! (read more)
Written on: 24/08/2005 by Shahnawaz
I was a permanent buyer of Nokia cell phones, but the revolutionary model of the Motorola V8 attracted me to change the brand. It's the most cost effective cell phone I have ever bought. (read more)
Written on: 03/08/2005 by jimmyllll
I've had the Motorola V8 for over 3 months now and it's obviously much much better than the V3. (read more)