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Motorola L2 / Motorola V270

alaTest has collected and analyzed 169 reviews of Motorola L2 / Motorola V270. The average rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Cell phones for all reviews. Views about the durability and usability are overall positive. The portability and screen also get good opinions. Many are critical about the performance, while the price and camera get mixed views.

design, screen, portability, usability, durability


We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the Motorola L2 / Motorola V270 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 78/100 = Good quality.

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Consumer review ( review summary for Motorola L2 / Motorola V270


alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 user reviews of Motorola L2 / Motorola V270 from The average user rating for this product is 3.3/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other Cell phones on

67% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

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Mar, 2018

Consumer review ( review summary for Motorola L2 / Motorola V270


alaTest has collected and analyzed 50 user reviews of Motorola L2 / Motorola V270 from The average user rating for this product is 3.3/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.8/5 for other Cell phones on People are impressed by the usability. The battery also gets good feedback, whereas reviews are divided on the reception.

screen, battery, usability

70% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

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Mar, 2018

Expert review by : Eldar Murtazin (

Motorola V270


Not to discuss both devices together, we'll mention only the differences and then will speak about both phones in one. The elder model is equipped with an integrated VGA camera and Push-to-Talk. Starting with December shipments, EDGE will appear,...

Aug, 2005

Expert review by : Your Mobile Phone Reviews UK (yourmobilephonereviews)

Motorola L2 Phone


The Motorola L2 is a sleek & thin mobile phone that comes in a beautiful diamond dust coloured casing. The keypad is simply contoured & the keys are cut into the stylish handset. The navigation button is user friendly & the L2 reacts quickly to the...

Expert review by : Sascha Segan (

Motorola SLVR L2


The Motorola SLVR L2 provides style, but no camera.

Slender. E-mail client supports popular freemail services. No camera.

Lackluster phone performance. Slow data speeds.

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Jun, 2006

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Good Basic Phone


If you are looking for a high-tech gizmo this isn't it. If you are looking for an unlocked GSM phone that can make/receive calls and texts then this is a good deal.

Makes calls ; Receives calls ; Sends texts ; Receives texts ; Works with a Bluetooth headset ; Has a bunch of other features you will never use (calendar, alarm clock, etc.)

Keys aren't super easy to find by touch, which matters quite a bit when working with a small keypad

May, 2009

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You get what you pay for


As others have stated, this is a decent basic phone. Don't expect too much and don't throw away your packaging until the 30 days are up.

Sound and signal work fine

Three or four days after receipt of the phone, and a day after I discarded the packaging (which meant I could not return it), the screen went haywire. It had not been dropped, did not get wet, or suffer any other abuse. I'm a computer tech, but I did...

May, 2009

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Inexpensive travel phone


Not a bad phone. It's worth the money you pay for it.

A very simple phone that works anywhere in the world since it's a quad band phone. Looks great too

Not very durable. I drop the phone once and it stopped charging. Luckily, I was in West Africa and was able to get it fixed for less than $6

May, 2009

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Moto L2


Bought this phone for a trip in Central America. Wanted a no non-sense phone that would work anywhere w/ GSM service and could send SMS and make phone calls, which it does. I basically knew what I was buying but these phones are definitely discarded...

Cheap unlocked Quad-band phone

Old Cingular software. No predictive texting

May, 2009

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Amazing backup phone for travelers!


For a $50 unlocked quad-band phone, I don't think you can do any better than this phone. It's not a full-time replacement for a newer Sony Ericsson, or in my case an iPhone, but it works awesome in a pinch. Set your expectations appropriately for a...

Phone is small, charges through most mini-USB connections, and for Mac users, it will pull down your contacts and calendar events through iSync over Bluetooth! Easily accessible SIM tray for fast switching, and pretty decent battery life even with a BT...

Doesn't charge through every mini-USB I've encountered. Screen is old-school STN and doesn't look like a new, active matrix Sony Ericsson. Motorola's user interface looks like it is from 1993

Feb, 2009

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Old Cingular Phone?


Works on T-mobile. Does what a basic phone should do

Seems like old Cingular software is on this phone. Are these actually new

Feb, 2009

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Good Value Phone


If you want a replacement ATT phone and don't want to commit to another two year contract to get a subsidized phone, you can't go wrong.

This phone is great. It is a basic replacement phone that uses my existing mini USB chargers. It has Blue Tooth and has all four bands that ATT uses for service around the world. My specific phone was already set as an ATT phone - time and voice mail...

This is NOT a geek, web browsing, e-mail, camera PDA smart phone. Just calls with Blue Tooth or through the good sounding hand set

Feb, 2009

Product Specifications


FM radio: Yes
Polyphonic rings quantity:24
Ringer type:Polyphonic


Built-in Camera: No
Rear camera:N

Data Transmission

Bluetooth: Yes
Infrared data port: No


Display number of colours:65536 colours
Display Resolution:128 x 160


Internal Memory:10


Chat: Yes
MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service): Yes


Data network:GPRS

Other features

Interface:Bluetooth, USB, RS232
Networking type:EGSM
Operating Frequency:900/1800/1900
Playable formats:MP3
Playback formats:MP3
Smartphone: No

Phone features

Java technology: Yes


Battery Capacity:700
Battery technology:Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion)
Standby time (2G):345
Talk time (2G):5.8

Technical Details

Colour of product:Silver


Video compression formats:H.263, MPEG4

Weight & Dimensions

Height :1.09
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