Sony Ericsson W660i – A Fun Companion
The Sony Ericsson W660i is one of the fresh Walkman models that marks the second generation of Walkman phones with 3G compatibility. This newest arrival is a part of its company's scheme of making the Walkman portfolio strong, with at least one Walkman model across every price band. From the highly affordable W220i to the touchscreen W960i featuring a massive 8GB memory pool – there is a Walkman phone for everyone. The Sony Ericsson W660i comes in as a mid-high ranged handset in a simple candy bar solution, but with enhanced features that includes 3G connectivity and a multi megapixel camera.
This music solution contains the same high standards of 'Walkman' sound. Empowered with an upgraded Walkman media player v2.0, the Sony Ericsson W660i plays media files in popular formats with great clarity, producing even the most minority of sound effects. You may opt to listen to music on your latest headphones or on a chic wireless stereo headphones apart from the standard ones shipped with the handset. Designers of the Sony Ericsson W660i has made sure that when it comes to music, you never have to make any compromises. Internal memory pool of 16 Mb is supplemented by a 512 Mb external memory card. If needed be, you can upgrade it up to 2GB. The handset's on board FM radio with RDS is a great way to unwind to your favorite genre of music or catch up on latest news.
The main camera of the Sony Ericsson W660i is 2.0 megapixel, that can produce stills with resolution as high as 1600 x 1200 pixels. The handset also supports video recording at 15 frames per second. Connectivity tools and options loaded in the Sony Ericsson W660i makes mobile imaging even more exciting. Usual ways of sharing pictures and videos goes to the next level with the handset's pre set picture blogging profile. Do not confine your moments of joy or pure wackiness to a selected few. Tell the world what you did or doing through picture blogging. After all, high data upload and download speed is the USP of any 3G phone. The Sony Ericsson W660i is no exception.