This phone was just introduced, and reviews are starting to come in. There is obviously some interest in whether any music capable phone can become the next big thing. If that is the case, this phone does not appear to be the answer. Everyone is impressed with its design, but disappointed with a number of the features. Top complaints are the 100 song storage limit, slow USB transfers and a camera that is average at best. The inability to listen to music through a Bluetooth headset, or to use it as a ringtone would probably be disappointing to most potential buyers.
PC Magazine: Looks and feels great, but this is the vanguard of design, not of technology.
Cnet: Motorola’s Slvr L7 puts a prettier face on the iTunes phone, but its midrange features, its sluggish music-player performance, and the limitations on the iTunes usability are big distractions.
Mobiledia: For those looking for function, there are better and more capable devices on the market today. But for fashion conscious consumers, there’s only one SLVR, and it may be just the right accessory to fit into their lifestyles.
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