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Motorola SLVR L7

Motorola SLVR L7
alaScore 78

28 reviews

May, 2017

alaTest has collected and analyzed 28 reviews of Motorola SLVR L7. The average rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Cell phones for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the Motorola SLVR L7 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 78/100 = Good quality.

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May, 2017

Expert review by: Richter L. (

Motorola SLVR L7: Mobile Innovations


If you're into something that speaks elegance, class and intellect, you wouldn't want to miss owning the Motorola SLVR L7. Its chestnut faceplate on charcoal black, finished with a touch of silver is almost comparable to Mona Lisa's mischievous...

Perhaps there is nothing supernatural about this eye-catcher, but it was certainly made with a clear purpose.

Jun, 2006

Consumer review by: Dewi Owen (

Good, but not the best


This phone is very solidly put together. Same as the RAZR you can drop it anywhere and it will never break! The screen is great against scratches so putting this in the same pocket as your keys is no problem. It has most thins you need in a phone but...

I find the motorola menus boring and hard if you use them for the first time - not as simpleand effective as nokias. Nothing else really comes in the box except a charger. You have to buy all the software, headphones etc. yourself which does creep up...

As I say a good phone but not the best. Nxt time I think I'll go for a Samsung.

Jun, 2007

Consumer review by: Harry (

Slim, Sexy and No Tantrums


Its super thin, has provisions for an external memory card, decent camera, MP3 and great battery life.

The camera could have been better, the headphones are difficult to attach because of its position. Low resolution camera.

I was searching for am affordable, compact phone with good features when I came across this phone. Its slim, small and really delicious looking with its black body. The MP3 is good and so is the battery life. Camera is ok, resoluton is a little low but...

Jun, 2006

Consumer review by: Jack (

Super thin


Its super thin, looks awesome and has good facitlities. It's screen has great visual clarity and it stores a great amount of iTunes. It provides for a removable memory card and is easy to use.

The speakerphone is not all that strong, while the headphones are weirdly connected. The camera does not have good resolution.

It's an upgrade on the moto razr which makes me happy that I dint buy that and waited for a better model. The removable memory card is very convenient and the screen gives very clear display. Its so thin that it redefines slim and looks simply awesome.

Jun, 2006

Consumer review by: Damon (

A decent Motorola phone


It looks really good. It has a very attractive design. It has an integrated iTunes player. It also has a slot for an additional memory card. It has a good audio quality. Also has Bluetooth.

It has a very low resolution camera. There are phones available with better cameras. There are one too many restrictions on the iTunes player. Plus it doesnt have FM radio. Some many find the controls a little too tricky.

I have used this phone for quite some time now. It has its good points and its bad points! I will be honest and say that the first thing that attracted me to it, was its overall appearance. It lacks some features which some other phones have. On the...

May, 2006

Consumer review by: tyrial7 (

Would be perfect except for silly OS mistakes.


I had this phone a few years ago, and only just decided to review it, but I still have the phone, so I have a reference point. Very well built, sturdy and ergonomic phone design, great to look at. Very reliable, lasted 4 years of medium to heavy use,...

Well built, reliable, good battery life, good signal reception.

Poor user interface, frustrating controls.

Aug, 2011

Consumer review by: Dotty1337 (



Overall, the Motorola L7 is a great product. Very slim and portable. An extremely reliable mobile phone. The only downside is the memory, which is fixed with an SD card, and the picture quality.

Wonderful, light weight and versatile. Very costomizable mobile themes. Lovely integrated digital camera. The L7 has video recording and is MP3 compatible. It has a calender and alarm clock, so you never run late. Very easy to use buttons and interface.

The in-build memory is rather small, especially is you love to text. The Photo quality is rather bad, but what do you expect for a phone?

Jul, 2008

Consumer review by: wdarcy (



I really like this phone, there is so much on it andis taking me a while to work it out but I am really starting to understand it. Like most things the more on them the harde they are to work out.

Nice feel, blue tooth

SMS is a little harder they have tried to make it easier with the possible words coming up but it infact makes things slower

Jun, 2006
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