Deemed the ‘candy bar?version of Motorola’s RAZR, with its beautiful sapphire blue hue coating, the up-side is that the Motorola SLVR L7e is super slim, very light-weight and just plain sexy, housing a:
-1.3 Mega pixel camera (1024 x 1280 pixels, QCIF video);
-MP3 music player (including mp3’s, AAC, AAC+, and MPEG4 movies);
-Stereo Bluetooth (v2.0 with A2DP);
-Micro-SD card slot;
-Four-band EDGE support (covering the GSM 850, 900, 1800, and 1900 MHz bands);
-Built-in calculator, alarm clock, date book, wireless Internet browser, PC synchronizing, and delivers superb sound quality.
The down-side is that SLVR L7e has a flat, difficult-to-press keys (too close to the surface of the phone board) and a very basic Motorola music player, giving it a couple of noteworthy features from it’s L7 predecessor.
It has a TFT Display (1.8-inches, and 256K colors, at 220 x 176 pixels), and supports both Polyphonic and mp3 ring tones (as well as vibrator mode), with a TransFlash card slot (micro-SD), and 20 Mb’s of internal memory.
Within it’s 1000 entry phone book, each contact slot can accommodate a web address (URL), 5 numbers, 2 e-mail addresses, a physical address, birthday, may be group-assigned, as well as assigned 1 of the 33
The SLVR L7e operates in both the GPRS Class 10 range (3+2/4+1 slots, 32 ?48 kbps) in addition to EDGE (Class 10, 236.8 kbps), and comes equipped with a mini-USB port, Java (MIDP 2.0), T9, Built-in calendar, vocal memo, and hands-free capability.
It operates on a 880 mAh lithium ion (Li-Ion) battery, with a stand-by time of as much as 350 hours and a talk time of up to six hours and 40 minutes, and offers a programmable ‘smart?key that can be assigned to a shortcut of your choosing.
Adding the Back-Clear key was a pleasant touch, as it was not to be found on the SLVR L7, as is the voice commands feature.
However, though the alphanumeric keypad numbers are slightly raised, they’re difficult to dial by touch, and the slippery keys are a bit unpleasant to txt message with, requiring focused effort to press.
The SLVR L7e’s 1.3 M pixel camera is a notable improvement over the L7’s VGA cam; with a 8x (digital) zoom, and 4 resolutions (160?120, 320?240, 640?480, and 1280?960), as well as 3 quality settings, 6 lighting condition settings and 5 exposure settings.
The MPEG-4 video recorder permits you to record with only 2 resolutions (128 x 96 and 176 x 144), 3 quality settings, and a couple of recording lengths (multi-media messaging and full-length recording), and the power to modify sound recording on and off.
Though the SLVR L7e does have speaker phone capabilities, this function can only be activated during a call.
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