Motorola SLVR L7
Very please with my phone as it was an upgrade from the V3.
Nice solid design, itunes function is actually more useful then I thought it would be.
Note: You may read some reviews that say people can't hear anything. I am here to say, yes, this is true for most Motorola phones. However, there are phone tools that let you adjust the gain value of many of the phones sounds to suit what you need. This means, ringtone vol, speaker vol, speaker phone vol, keypad and much more. I discovered this when I owned the V3. If you have the data cable (which came with my purchase) then you can get these tools and adjust the vol yourself.
With that being said, after I adjusted to suit my needs, it is by far one of the best sounding phones I have ever owned.
I have had this phone for a few weeks now, and have no complaints.
Its obviously very sleek and also very durable.
Speaker is great and itunes is awesome and very user friendly.
I had the black RAZR and this phone is better than the RAZR.
If you are thinking of getting this phone I would reccomend you try it. Reception on this phone is also excellent so overall a very great phone
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Awesome Phone...but with some faults.
This phone rocks! I have no problems using anywhere I need it...but the speaker has to one low point. I can barely hear the caller on the highest setting (7) and this in a quiet room! Everything else is great The phone list could be changed to where you can add separate numbers under one entry. Instead of one entry per number...but that's a very minor setback. Otherwise I would recommend this phone.
I have had this phone for 3 weeks. I went from Mpx220 to Razr, to Nokia 6682, to SLVR. Overall, the SLVR remains on top. With the extensive traveling I do day to day, this is the only phone I owned that provides signal in the subways. Though not stellar, i do get 1-2 bars when not deep in the crypts of the caves.
-easy transfers directly to phone (i hate the iTunes program on the PC though)
-nice bright screen
-solid and weight proportionate
-Easy quick key reprogramming
-awesome designated side quick keys for the cam and games.. this frees up the other quick keys.
-well and the other stuff everyone is screaming about...memory, thin... blah blah blah
-I wouldn't lose this phone anywhere near a crime scene =0). They will get this perfect sample of your fingerprints.
-LCD resolution could use some improvements.
-Those damn demo games that expires in time.
-Small buttons do get annoying trying to type long messages... and i'm pretty quick at typing until i started using this.
-Voice quality... but we have to live with that.
-Decent camera.. but what can I expect from a 'freakin phone.
Though there are many cons, they aren't as significant as some may feel. You can live with awkward positioning, but you CANNOT live with an out right crappy phone with poor reception and lacking functionality. This phone is anything but that...
This really is an amazing phone!!!!!
WOW is about all I can say I just recently got this phone and I cannot believe everything Motorola and Apple packed into this phone it is absolutely amazing!!!!!! For the size of this phone and all of it's features this thing is unreal..
1. Reception is awesome
2. Form factor is amazing
3. itunes is the coolest ever
4. Did I say design!!!!
This phone is a must if you enjoy music and you enjoyed the slick design and form of the razr. The camera could be a little better but with all the other outstanding features on this phone, it completely washes away any potential negatives..
Great job to cingy, moto, and apple!!!!
I've the this phone for about 3 weeks now and I love it.
You can store other things, i.e. ringtones to the memory card (but just know that it does take up storage space)
There has been some confusion...
The iPod nano holds at least 240 songs, it is the shuffle that has the same amount of memory as the SLVR. (The shuffle has no screen and holds 100 songs where as the nano replaces the iPod mini)