Sony Ericsson K660 Preview: First Look: 360-degree Spin, Construction, Keypad, Display

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Sony Ericsson K660 360-degree spin

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Construction

Though we usually start with the display, the K660 keypad is worth breaking the mold. The small round knobs on the keypad offer fine response and tactility.




The keyboard with the rounded keys

The keyboard backlighting however is truly worth the cheer. The on-key numbers and the letters in between are backlit in different shades of white, making the keypad a pleasure to see at in the dark.




The keyboard backlighting • the keyboard in the dark

The correct column of keys serve a double purpose: in web mode they're used for text input, bookmarks, home page and zoom. Icons with red backlighting indicate the function of each key.



The text input, bookmarks, home page and zoom colored in red in browser mode

The other noteworthy element is the main wine-colored block of controls above the keypad. There are six keys and the D-pad with confirming action amidst in one unbroken layout. K660 is another Sony Ericsson handset to feature dedicated Call and End keys. The remaining controls are the usual soft keys, the Activity Menu key and the Clear key. Generally, we're quite pleased with this setup; working with the controls is trouble-free.

"...The correct column of keys serve a double purpose: in web mode they're used for text input, bookmarks, home page and zoom. Icons with red backlighting indicate the function of each key..."

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