updated 03:20 pm EDT, Tue April 3, 2007
Moto SLVR L7c at Verizon
Verizon today picked up the SLVR L7c, the CDMA version of Motorola's well-known thin bar phone. In the carrier's trim the phone takes on an all-silver hue and gains support for most of the network's V CAST on-demand music and video downloads. It otherwise boasts the same features as the Motorola original with Bluetooth, EVDO broadband, a VGA camera, and a microSD slot for loading in media clips. Price is the emphasis with the L7c available for $70 when bought online with a two-year contract.
Also launching today is the entry-level CDM 7075, its rebranding of the UTStarcom phone by the same name. The clamshell phone's central feature is a VGA camera and an extremely low price. Verizon offers it for free with two years of service.