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Motorola Slvr L6 Cell Phone Is Thinner Than Motorola Razr Phone

Nokia fans feast your eyes on Motorola's first "candy bar" style cell phone that is razor-thin weighing just 9 grams which is lighter than the Motorola Razr phone. The name of the new Motorola phone is the "Slvr" ,pronounced "sliver". This cell phone is also referred to as the L6 or L7, and was actually code named "Royal Blade" because it has a sharp razor look and feel without the flip-up cover. A quick side by side comparison shows that the Motorola "Slvr" is slightly longer and wider than a closed Razr phone. It would be pretty easy to forget about this cell phone in your pocket.

It was designed especially for Nokia customers who prefer a razor-thin Cingular phone but have an aversion to the flip style phones. One of the features that makes this cell phone stand apart from the Motorola Razr phones is that it has a built-in MP3 player to play your favorite songs plus a removable TransFlash memory card so you can store your favorite music files. Oddly, it lacks a headphone jack, which is strange because it has an MP3 player. You could however use the USB port for headphones. Some industry experts speculated that "Slver" would be released with a Motorola Bluetooth headset and they were correct. When it comes to both talk time and standby time, this cell phone offers more than the Motorola Razr phone. It is a quad band GSM phone that includes Bluetooth Class 2, Push-to-Talk (PTT), VGA camera, SCREEN3 and a MP3 player.

There has been a lot of talk about Motorola developing another razor phone that will attract traditional Nokia phone buyers and turn them into Motorola cell phone customers. Stay tuned, the Motorola "Sliver" is now available with special online pricing if one purchases a new Cingular service plan.

Brice Richards has been following the cellular trends in the cell phone industry for over 15 years and is currently the vice-president of strategy for AmericanCell Wireless one of the leading online cell phone stores specializing in Motorola phones for Cingular, Verizon and T-Mobile. Brice also has a cell phone review blog where he writes about free cellphones.


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