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Sony Ericsson has released the K660i, an HSDPA – enabled phone that features shortcut keys that only become active when surfing the Net, landscape browsing of web sites to maximise the screen’s real estate and in-built software such as Google Maps for Mobile.


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According to Sony Ericsson, the K660i is designed to make mobile web browsing straightforward. The phone’s navigation key serves as a “magnetic mouse pointer” when in Web mode, allowing users to find their way around the page just like on a PC. It indicates when a part of the page is clickable and where text input is possible.

The K660i also sports a Bookmark function, a single click button that goes back to the Home Page as well as an ‘Enter Address’ shortcut.

The phone’s HSDPA technology allows for the download of music, video and email at speeds up to four times faster than regular 3G.

The K660i also carries a 2.0 megapixel camera in its frame, and is available in two colours, a ‘lime-on-white’ and a ‘wine-on-black’ colour.

The K660i is currently available in Australia at a RRP of $399.

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