Quote from the review:
“The Nokia 3660 runs Symbian OS Series 60 with all the usual accoutrements. That includes a, XHTML capable browser and an e-mail client that speaks both POP3 and IMAP4, as well as assorted smaller programs and utilities. Multimedia viewing is provided by an included RealOne player.
The main draws for this phone in particular are mostly based off of the camera, which, despite its lack of a flash, offers very good picture quality as well as video recording capability. Images look washed out and grainy on the phone’s screen, but once transfered to a better display are surprisingly crisp.
As with many Series 60 phones, the 3660 includes an MMC slot to supplement the included 16 MB of RAM, tucked neatly away underneath the battery, thus requiring a power-down to exchange it. When used more as a hard disk than exchangeable storage it works well enough, but power users may be annoyed by it. Naturally the phone also includes Bluetooth support with a healthy set of profiles. Included softare includes the usual set of PIM apps. “