From the front, the Motorola Slvr L7c doesn't look unique.
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Turn it on its side, and the Slvr L7c's ultrathin profile is hard to miss.
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The Slvr L7c's flat keypad can be difficult to use at first.
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The Slvr's L7c's rear face shows its speaker and its VGA camera lens.
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The Slvr L7c has a sturdier feel than its Razr cousin.
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The Slvr L7c slides easily into a purse.
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The Slvr L7c's camera lens lacks a flash or a self-portrait mirror.
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Unlike the side-mounted slot on the GSM Slvr L7, the Slvr L7c's memory card slot is behind the battery and is difficult to manipulate.
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