Excerpt: The Internet literally at the palm of your hands! This new offering from Sony Ericsson, the K660, is designed to be a fully functional mobile Web browser that would make Internet surfing as convenient and simple as browsing on your personal computer. In today's web based fast paced lifestyle where everyone is constantly on the go and depend on web based applications for their daily schedules and routines, the K660 provides a viable option as a mobile Web browser.
Summary: While the handset’s overall volume level is average, its sound is on the juicy side. You will also have no trouble hearing ring tones while in the street. The vibro alert is average or a little bit above this level strength-wise, but occasionally you might not feel it. The reception part is in line with other products from the company, meaning that it is quite decent.
The phone starts shipping in February 2008 for 400-500 USD (in Europe – 260-280 Euro).
Summary: First impressions do not always work out as you might expect but I have to admit that the Sony Ericsson K660i did not flatter to deceive and was one of those products that lived up to its initial appeal.
Summary: There's more ticks than crosses next to the K660i, but ultimately this is a handset that fails to capture our imagination. HSDPA is nice, but it boosts the price of this phone well beyond otherwise similarly spec'd handsets, and we're not convinced that the younger market will be taking advantage of the speed.
Pros: HSDPA Web speeds, Handy Web shortcut keys, Good battery life, Bundled 256MB M2 memory card
Cons: Uninspiring candy-bar design, 2-inch QVGA not best for Web browsing