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Like almost every other smartphone, the S660 is basically a black rectangle with a display and a few controls just below. That's not a criticism by any means -- design alternatives on touch screen devices are limited -- but the handset has a comfortable feel.
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The S660's 4.7-inch IPS screen fits a 960x540 resolution display. The smaller-than-average screen does a good job of balancing the trade-off in ultra sharpness compared to more expensive phones.
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And if it wasn't obvious, the S660 runs Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean.
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Above the display is the lens for the front camera.
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And below the screen are standard Android touch controls.
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Navigate through to the S660's Settings menu to choose an audio profile and activate features like Bluetooth.
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Around back are are the lens for the main 8-megapixel camera and a small flash.
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The brushed metal battery cover comes off easily. It doesn't feel expensive, but it doesn't feel cheap either.
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Take off the battery cover and you'll see the battery (of course), and the microSD and SIM card slots.
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The S660 has a thin profile. On one side is the volume rocker.
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Though two SIM card slots is still a rare feature in smartphones, it's a very useful feature indeed. Two phone numbers on the same handset is great when you're traveling internationally or when you want to keep your work and personal lives separate.
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The S660 takes microSD cards up to 32GB.
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The single speaker is on the bottom end of the battery cover.
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Up top is the 3.5mm headset jack.
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