please motorola improve your cameras!!
Very slim phone with the razr based software level but you can record and play a video where as you can't on the early razr. the only downfall is the poor quality camera i would of thought motorola could of gone to a 1.3mp camera at least. If this phone had a 2mp camera i would most definatly never need another handset because it is not plasticy like modern phones and is the original candy bar design which looks like a phone and not something from startrek. Any way over all great phone camera takes good pic's but good do with slightly higher res but all the features do make up for this it has a nice 256k colour screen which is very bright and the ringtones are nice and loud, which is one of motorolas good points they always have loud ringtones even if there mp3's or normal. BE CAREFUL THIS PHONE DOES NOT PLAY 3G VID'S but is quite capable of a mp4. Hope this helps.
Excellent follow up to the L6
I bought it for my mum who already has an Motorola L6. She loved the simplicity of the L6 how she could find everything easily and gain access to all the features. The only reason she upgraded was because she liked using the camera on the phone and the lack of memory card slot on the L6 was a seriously bad point.
The L7 is superb, it takes MicroSD memory cards in the side of the phone, which is a really good idea, its better than my SkypePhone which has the memory card slot behind the battery. It is so easy to replace the memory card when required without all the fuss of taking out the battery.
The only slight bad thing with the memory card we discovered was that the phone will not take any memory card bigger than 1Gb. This apparently is a fault on all L7's, I find this strange though as my old RAZR V3XX took 2Gb memory cards and this phone was released afterward. If you do put a 2Gb memory card in the phone the phone just tells you it's not formatted and asks you to format it, but despite formatting it you can't use it.
I simply bought this phone as a second handset for emergency use. I have owned a number of Motorola Phones before and they are all dependable as well as easy to use with. This SLVR L7 model is no different as its candy bar function is not handy but quite slick as well. The sound projection and quality is second to none while the screen resolution is more than acceptable by similar standards. Its bluetooth and camera feature is convinient enough as much as the extra storage of up to 2Gigs that it supports are alll much appreciated. Great phone, I must say!
motorola L7 one to watch.
I was going to buy the L6 but i heard this one was better so I bought the L7 and so far i have not been disappointed. you get a lot of phone for the £27 i paid
its chocolate bar phone slimmer version than the older models, but its not a lightweight flimsy one. it has a good camera, and nice big colour screen, range of ringtones is good.
there isnt anything i dislike, but i find the menus harder to work compared with a nokia, but its okay once you get the hang of it.
I would never go back to nokia know.
I bought this phone after my new phone broke and couldn't afford any of the new models. Even though it's 3years or so old is still an excellent phone, has so many more features that I wasn't expecting such as the mp3 player. Some features are even better than those on the newer phones. Only bad points are it can take a while to get used to the menus because it's not so user friendly (I prefer the Samsung layouts). The camera isn't very good either, but it's alright if your not using it as your only camera. Would reccommend this phone to anyone on a budget looking for a great looking phone.