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Motorola L6i and Motorola L7i
Always first with the news and—most importantly of course—pictures, imodephones presents the Motorola L6i. I’m yet to see one in the flesh, but this and it’s sister phone (the Motorola L7i, see below) look like the kind of phones i-mode® have been crying out for. Lightweight and extremely slimline, but far better specified than it’s immediate competitor, the NEC 343i .
The L6i appears to be a direct port of the Motorola L6 to i-mode® which is great news for the platform, as a manufacturer is clearly not just trying to palm off a stripped down version of a better phone for the network.
A few vital statistics about the L6i:
|Size||113 × 49 × 10.9 mm|
|Screen/Wallpaper size||128 × 160 pixels|
|Browsing/Doja screen size||128 × 128 pixels|
|Browser||Access Inc. CNF+|
|Languages supported||i-mode HTML ver3, iHTML, cHTML, WML 1.3, XHTML MP|
|Max page size||10KB|
|Capacity||inbox: 1000KB, outbox: 300KB|
The Motorola L7i looks even better than the L6i: a higher definition screen (both resolution and colour depth), video camera, more internal memory. Very nice indeed for such a slim and trim phone.
Like the L6/L6i, the L7i certainly appears to be a direct port of the Motorola SLVR to i-mode® which is even better news than the port of the L6i. The SLVR has been an extremely successful phone for Motorola, and that it’s appearing on i-mode® is a clear sign that there’s a great deal of faith being shown in the platform from all areas.
A few vital statistics about the L7i:
|Size||113 × 49 × 11.5 mm|
|Java||DoJa 2.5 Lite|
|Screen/Wallpaper size||176 × 220 pixels|
|Browsing/Doja screen size||176 × 176 pixels|
|Browser||Access Inc. NF3 International|
|Languages supported||iHTML v5, cHTML, WML 1.3, XHTML MP, CSS2|
|Max page size||20KB|
|Capacity||inbox: 1800KB, outbox: 500KB|
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