Motorola SLVR L7e Review, Rating and Pricing Specifications

Motorola SLVR L7e

After a long time of bringing to market innovative design phones, Motorola revealed at the beginning of 2007, a redesign of the older MOTO SLVR candy bar model, the L7e. Although SLVR L7e is not the candy bar version of the Motorola RAZR it brings some aesthetic refinements to L7: the metallic blue finish and the new keyboard arranged in curved rows.

The new design is both slim and sleek, and adds a new dark blue keyboard, similar to the one of the MOTOKRZR K1. Although Motorola SLVR L7e adds notable upgrades to the previous L7 model, the stiff keys are hard to press and a bit too close to the surface of the phone.

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Network GSM 850 / GSM 900 / GSM 1800 / GSM 1900
Generals 113 x 49 x 11.5 mm, 59 cc; Weight: 93 g
Display TFT, 256K colors; Size: 176 x 220 pixels, 30 x 37 mm
Memory 20 MB shared memory, microSD card slot

– stereo Bluetooth v 2.0; miniUSB
Messaging SMS, MMS, Email; Instant Messaging
Camera 1.3 MP, 1280 x 1024 pixels, video (QCIF)
Features – Java MIDP 2.0
– MP3/AAC/AAC+/MPEG4 player
– Integrated handsfree
Battery – Standard battery: Li-Ion 880 mAh
– Stand-by: Up to 350 h
– Talk time: Up to 6 h 40 min


The phone lacks 3G connectivity, but L7e with quad band include the EDGE high-speed data access and features a 1,3 megapixels camera. Also support for stereo bluetooth has been added and the 20 MB of internal memory can be expanded using a microSD card. MOTOSLVR L7e also gets a technology makeover with a new , enhanced multimedia functions.

Motorola Slvr L7e also has a music player to replaces iTunes. This being said, L7e does not come with high end features, but could be a nice fit if you like this form factor. For about $150 you can can purchase MOTOSLVR L7e unlocked a good quad-band GSM phone bearing the mark of the Motorola unique design.

Motorola SLVR L7e Video Review

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