12/18/2006 12:11:00 PM
Moto gets friendly
Motorola has released the MOTOSLVR L7e.
It mirrors it predecessors the L6 and L7 in design but boasts the addition of a 'shimmering blue' keypad, identical in shade to the blue housing on the recently released KRZR.
The L7e also has an improved user interface, which the manufacturer claims will make it 'more user-friendly'. In the past Motorola has been criticised over the usability of its handsets. In a recent snapshot survey, 78% of Motorola users told Mobile that they would not consider purchasing a second Motorola handset, most citing usability as a key issue.
Other features onboard the L7e include a 1.3 megapixel camera, Bluetooth and GPRS connectivity and up to 2 GB of expandable memory via a Micro SD card.
The first units have begun shipping, with Orange already stocking it. Other networks are expected to soon follow suit.