Sony Ericsson K660i

Sony Ericsson has announced the launch of the K660, an HSDPA (mobile broadband) enabled phone with clever features like illuminated shortcut keys that only become active when surfing the Net, and desktop tickers that provide regular updates from your favourite websites; all designed to make Web browsing on the move as simple and convenient as at your computer.

The K660 makes browsing the mobile Web straightforward. The phone’s navigation key serves as a "magnetic mouse pointer" when in Web mode, letting you find your way around the page just as you would on a PC.

The K660 is engineered to ensure that you’re not kept waiting for the news or content that matters to you. Music, video or email – HSDPA technology lets you download it all at speeds that are up to four times faster than regular 3G.

The K660 squeezes a 2.0 megapixel camera into its compact frame, making it easy to capture the moment. And since the Web is at your fingertips, it’s just a few clicks to upload your picture to your blog and share it instantly with friends and family.

Sony Ericsson K660i at a glance
Available: Q1 2008
Network: GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 UMTS 2100
Screen: 240x320 pixels, 262k colours
Camera: 2 megapixels
Size: Medium monoblock 104 x 47 x 15mm / 95 grams
Bluetooth: Yes
Memory card: Memory Stick Micro
Infra-red: No
Polyphonic: Yes
Java: Yes
Battery life: 9 hours talk / 14 days standby (GSM)
4.5 hours talk / 14 days standby (3G)

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