The Sony Ericsson W660 represents the latest fusion between a digital audio player and a cellphone, which seems to be all the rage nowadays. The 3G candybar has a 2-megapixel camera, FM radio support, Java 2.0 (hello, third-party apps!) and a battery life that’s rated to last 25 hours while listening to music. It also has a music identification feature, which attempts to identify a song’s name by analyzing just a few seconds of it. Hmm, the BlackJack couldn’t do this very well, so I have my doubts.
The W660 will be available in certain markets Q2 of this year in two colors, black and red. This might be the first time that I actually like the design of a Sony Ericsson cellphone. The Rapture must be near.