Sources in Sprint have confirmed that Sprint will carry the first CDMA SLVR from Motorola. Introducing the Motorola L7c SLVR. Like the V3c RAZR, The L7c SLVR will improve on the existing SLVR with an improved 1.3 megapixel camera, as well as GPS, and all other Sprint-enhanced MIDP 2.0 services. The device, like the V3c, will be slightly larger to accommodate the more-powerful CDMA platform, but is reported to still be slimmer than a standard RAZR, making the device the slimmest CDMA phone in any carrier’s lineup. The launch window for this device is not clear, the device is still in-development. As we’ve reported on previously, Motorola’s greatest stumbling block with Sprint PCS phones has been developing a reliable MIDP 2.0 runtime for Sprint-extension Java applications. It appears that with the SLVR L7c that Sprint will be ready to launch dual-network phones on-time later this year as well.
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