Motorola L2 Review - a Review of the Motorola L2 Mobile Phone

By: Jonathan Baker

Thin is in and the Motorola L2 cellular phone is about as thin as a mobile phone can possibly get. This stunning compact cell phone has tons of features built into its sleek design. The internal antenna allows for clear calls and the 128 x 160, 65K Color CSTN is impressive in the 4.4 x 1.9 x .43 inches in dimensions. The L2 weighs 3.03 ounces.

In spite of its unobtrusive size, the Motorola L2 handset is brimming with cutting edge data features SyncML Device Management (Sync ML DM) and J2ME that provides a wireless toolkit to help create and use applications and programs for wireless and mobile devices.

The General Packet Radio Service (GPRS) guarantees excellent connections when using the short messaging services (SMS) and multimedia messaging services (MMS) and the Wireless Village Instant Messaging services. The unit has a wireless application protocol of 2.0 and offers mini-USB connectivity.

Class 2 Bluetooth wireless technology is enabled in the Motorola L2's system. Users can enjoy convenient hands free connections. The cell phone also offers a calculator, currency converter and integrated speakerphone.

Downloadable Java applications, images and ring tones are enabled, making personalization fun through abundant choices. MPEG4/H.263 video playback is built into the Motorola L2 and the unit boasts a 22 KHz polyphonic speaker.

The slim mobile L2 phone offers up to approximately 5.8 hours of talk time and up to approximately 14.4 days of standby time. The blade style is razor thin and its convenient form makes it the ideal phone for anyone who loves compact items that really pack a punch.

With Bluetooth wireless technology, 10MB of memory and the ability to download and play video clips, the Motorola L2 is one of the hottest multimedia communication devices on the market. The ultra thin design and striking silver color make this mobile phone an eye-catching piece of technology with jaw-dropping capabilities.

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