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31 August 2007 By: Cosmin Vasile, Communications News Editor
Sony Ericsson W660 Review
Elegant and stylish, but overpriced
Established in October 2001 the joint venture between Sony Corporation and Ericsson
resulted in one of the world's leading mobile phones manufacturers – Sony Ericsson. As of
lately, all new Sony Ericsson handsets belong to the 2 well-known series, Walkman and
Cybershot, both having different target customers. Businesswise, Sony Ericsson's phones
don't compete each other. Whi
If you haven never owned a Sony Ericsson branded mobile phone before, than it will take some time to get used with the keypad's layout. Forget about Nokia, Motorola, Samsung or other brands' keypads, 'cause this one is totally different. I'm not talking about the usual numerical keys, but about the control keys that help users navigate menus or access various features of the phone. There are 3 small circular gold colored buttons which have been stamped with various icons, so it may be easie
clips with a maximum 176 x 144 pixel resolution. While the camera is not as bad as you might think, you can observe that most pictures are out of focus and blurry. Even if you have a wide range of settings at your disposal like White balance (Daylight, Cloudy, Fluorescent, Incandescent), self timer, night mode, Effects (Black and White, Negative, Sepia) you won't be able to improve the quality of the pictures. Overall I can hardly say that this is an average camera, but bear in mind that t
Unlike its older brother W610, Sony Ericsson's latest W660 model doesn't feature EDGE connectivity, which fortunately has been replaced with the more powerful 3G technology. Now users can really choose what they would think will use more, W610's EDGE or W660's UMTS network. The 3G connectivity works almost at a max with data transfer speeds up to 314 Kbps download and 96 Kbps upload. The handset features Bluetooth 2.0 with A2DP and transfer speeds reached a little bit over 100 KB/s. You
radio can be run in the background. The music player is compatible with MP3, WMA AAC, AAC+ file formats (and many more). The earphones come with a remote control that offers the possibility of attaching any other 2.5mm jack headphones. There is a microphone on the remote control for use as hands-free and a Send/End key. One major drawback is the fact that it lacks any music controls, so you'll be forced to "extract" your phone from the pocket if you want to skip some songs, pause, stop or play.
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