Just when you thought there were enough iterations of the Razr and the Slvr (check out our Razr slide show to see what we mean), Motorola decides to pop out yet another Slvr in its thin-phone lineup. The MOTOSLVR L7e appears to be a more refined and much improved version of the Slvr L7. Not only did it have a face-lift in terms of a luscious blue hue and a different keypad design, a few upgraded features include a 1.3-megapixel camera, Stereo Bluetooth, EDGE support, and unique Push-to-talk and Push-to-view technology that allows instant connectivity with your friends. The iTunes integration that was present on the L7 is noticeably absent in the L7e, but there still is a built-in music player that supports MP3 and AAC file formats. It doesn't appear to have a U.S. carrier tied to it yet, but as it is set to be a quad-band GSM phone, consumers should still be able to use it stateside. Word is it should be available before the end of the year, but a concrete date and price was not available at the time of writing.
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