Ericsson T66

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Ericsson T66
Ericsson T66.JPG
Compatible networks GSM 900/1800/1900
Form factor Candybar
Dimensions 92 x 41 x 17.5 mm
(3.6 x 1.6 x 0.7 inches)
Mass 59 g (2.1 ounces)
Battery Li-ion
Display 101x65 pixels, monochrome

The Ericsson T66 is a mobile phone created by Ericsson Mobile Communications, their smallest ever. Released in September 2001, it surpassed the tiny Nokia 8210 in smallness and weight at the time. At just 59 grams, it still remains today as one of the lightest mobile phones ever released.

After Ericsson merged with Sony Corporation in 2001 to create Sony Ericsson, the T66's body and color were changed in a new model called Sony Ericsson T600 in 2002. The T66 is compatible with GSM 900/1800/1900 mobile phone networks.[1]


  1. ^
    • Ericsson T66, review, Aloysius Choong, CNET Asia, March 11, 2002. Accessed on line November 30, 2007.
    • Ericsson T66 Specs & Features, Accessed on line November 30, 2007.

External links

  • Official T66 specifications on the Sony Ericsson website
  • Эльдар Муртазин Обзор GSM-телефона Ericsson T66 (in Russian)
  • Павел Марьюшкин Ericsson T66 (in Russian)
  • Ericsson T66. Описание телефона. Технические характеристики (in Russian)

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