Sony Ericsson reveals Web oriented K660

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Today in London, Sony Ericsson announced the HSDPA K660 mobile phone. It’s been optimized for Web browsing and the nav key acts as a ‘magnetic mouse pointer’ that mimics your PC browsing experience. You can even browse the Internets in landscape and zoom in on text and images. A 2-megapixel camera with 4x digital zoom adds a bit of spice to the handset in case you want to upload images while on the go. The SE also includes stereo Bluetooth, FM radio, video streaming, sound recorder, video calling (which means we won’t see it unless it’s on AT&T) and a 256MB memory stick micro M2. The K660 will roll out in Q1 of next year in select markets in white with lime and black with wine (fuchsia).

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