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Engadget Feb 24, 2014

The S660 brings an upmarket metal back to downmarket specs, with the aforementioned MTK CPU, 960 x 540 screen, 1GB RAM, expandable storage, 8-megapixel camera and $229 price tag.

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SlashGear Feb 23, 2014

What you’re going to see with this machine - perhaps most impressive of all - is the price tag at $229 USD. That’s a price off-contract, mind you, while most top-tier smartphones are released with a price around there with a 2-year contract attached.

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phoneArena Feb 25, 2014

The brushed metal back is definitely a surprise and a rarity on such an affordable device. No wonder it’s one of the highlights of the Lenovo S660, while most others in its class are plastic.

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TechRadar Feb 27, 2014

Lenovo's S Series is starting to see some really fine handsets and, although this won't have the power for many used to high end handsets, it is still more than good enough for less experienced smartphone users.

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Android Community Feb 23, 2014

Shifting over to the S660 specific features and you'll find a thickness of 9.95mm, a microSD card slot (with 32GB card support), a 0.3MP front-facing camera, and a 4.7-inch qHD (960 x 540) IPS display.

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