They say that the greatest form of flattery is imitation, so it’s clear that Motorola should feel very good about itself. So many companies have jumped on the “slim is in” mantra since the RAZR hit the market, and the same seems to be true for the SLVR L7. DNET of China has taken Motorola’s slim candybar design and made a phone of its own. Even the keypad is distinctly SLVR-esque.
The display is a 1.8-incher, which is adequate for displaying the snapshots you’ll be taking with the on-board 1.3 megapixel camera. Excuse me if my Babelnese is a little rusty, but it seems that it is capable of recording MPEG4 video as well. Expansion comes in the way of a RS-MMC card slot, and you’ll be able to synch up and transfer data to your PC via a USB connection. There is also an FM tuner to be found.
Currently being, er, showcased at CeBIT, the DNET DA793 will likely never make it to North American shores anyways. Motorola would blow up the container before it got here.