Using design cues from their Rza line of phones, Motorola has inroduced the SLVR L6 one piece cell phone. One of the thinnest phones of that style available today, it has a number of features, although not all quite make the grade. The unit comes with 10 MB of non-upgadeable onboard memory, making the video function very limited. Initial reviews also are not very complimentary of the quality of the photos it takes. While cell phones in general take only mediocre pictures, you would hope that each generation of phone would be an incremental improvement. It does appear to function quite well at its’ primary purpose of being a phone. For $299 I would hope to have a bit more quality functionality than this phone provides, but overall a decent offering.
From PC Magazine: The Motorola SLVR L6 ($299 direct) has a lot in common with Motorola’s U6 PEBL. Both are design-focused rather than feature-heavy, both will stand out from any crowd of generic flip phones, and both work best on the T-Mobile wireless network.
From CoolTechZone:With the amount of features it has, the overall quality and somewhat limited flexibility due to low onboard storage, Motorola’s L6 is still a good enough candidate to be on your list of “phones to look out for” list. Of course, this is assuming you are interested in the candy bar style rather than a flipside one.
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