The L6 is a bar phone with much of the design elements of the remarkable RAZR V3 clamshell. Small, lightweight and ultra-slim, the L6 is very solid, and you won’t hear any creaking … at least in the first few days. After a while, however, the back cover tends to loosen a bit.

The keypad of the phone is made of plastic, unlike the metal used on the RAZRs. The buttons make texting pretty difficult, and the slow reaction of the software will make SMS life even worse.
The CSTN display of 65K colours and 128×160 pixels resolution is a long way from from the expectations set by the RAZR.
The phonebook is a standard Motorola phonebook.
The camera is VGA so its maximum resolution is a paltry 640×480 pixels. Moreover, there is no flash and not even a self-portrait mirror.
The L6 has MP3 support but lacks basic music features and the 10.6MB memory is absolutely insufficient for using the phone as an MP3 player – and the phone does not offer memory expansion.
At least the phone is available at a reasonable price.
• Not the best, but a reasonable pick for the money.

Length 113mm
Width 49mm
Depth 10.9mm
Main display
CSTN, 65K colours
128×160 pixels
0.3mp, VGA, video
Bluetooth, USB,
Standby 345h
Talk time 5.8h
Push to Talk

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