Its smart design also looks to be loosely based on the upcoming premium style clam, the 6555. While it doesn't have its stablemate's design flair, its feature set is still a smidge above average for a mid-ranger.
Along with its support for HSDPA and integrated GPS (this uses NaviGate software for route navigation), its features a two-megapixel snapper with LED flash, a spacious 2.2-inch QVGA-quality display and front dedicated music controls. A microSD card slot is on hand for storing your tunes, photos and videos while other feature trimmings include an FM radio and Stereo Bluetooth (A2DP).
This multimedia clam is also geared towards supporting T-Mobile's services like web'n'walk, MyFaves, Mobile Jukebox and NaviGate. The 6650 is expected to hit the T-Mobile stores around Summertime.