Unlocked Motorola L7 straight from the factory don’t have itunes, so your going to have to buy one full price from Cingular and get it unlocked somewhere else. For those who want push-to-talk (PTT) you can wait a couple of months for the re-release. If you have a SLVR L7 right now you can upgrade the firmware to the German version and voila you have PTT.
I don’t know how Motorola is doing it but the battery life on their phones is GREAT. Use iTunes, make phone calls, text message and at the end you still got some battery to boot. For those who have a factory unlocked phone you might want to look at Digital Audio Player as your default music jukebox. It is a java app so it takes a little while to load up but still gets the job done.
Accessories-wise the Motorola L7 phone comes with so much. The box includes: Phone. Itunes CD, data cable, mini-USB headset, USB to 2.5 headset converter and a 256MB micro-SD card. There are some things you might want to pick up. A screen protector is needed because it’s a bar phone so the screen is exposed. I found an awesome COZIP like case that I like, check out the pictures of it below. You might want to get a Bluetooth headset since you can’t change songs with the regular headset anyways.
There are some small things you should know about the Motorola SLVR L7 phone. You can use Motorola SLVR L7 phone as your USB key drive just drag and drop everything. You might want to pick up a copy of Motorola Phone Tools (MPT) because you can’t use your MP3′s/ACC files as ringers without sending them through MPT first. You install java apps and games through the jar file instead of the .JAD file so be sure to get the source instead of the already compiled game. Lastly do not re-plug your SLVR L7 into if you have itunes on or it will wipe all the music you just transferred.