The Nokia 1661 comes in either black or gray shades. This Nokia phone is cast in soft plastic. Its measurement are; height of 108 millimeters by breadth of 45 millimeters and a depth of 13.8 millimeters. The Nokia 1661 weighs in at a light 82 grams.
Turning the phone over to the front face and starting off right at the top of the Nokia 1661 there is the ear piece followed by the 1.8 inch portrait TFT display. Going further below there is the selection soft key buttons for selecting options depending on the applications while on the same level on the right there is the exit soft key button.
Below the left soft key button you will find the green call begin soft key button with the red call cancel button placed on the opposite end of the soft key panel. The last item on the soft key panel is the five way scroll keys also known as the D-pad.
Going down the line there is the alphanumeric key pad.
Looking over onto the left side of the Nokia 1661 you will find there are two slots. The first one is the slot that the phone charger plugs into. The second slot on the left side of the Nokia 1661 is where you can plug in your 2.5 mm audio jack headphones.
Flipping the Nokia 1661 over to the right side clearly reveals that there is nothing much other than a red strip which is not useful. This lack of design features extends down to the bottom end of the Nokia 1661.
The top side of the Nokia 1661 is solely taken up by the built-in flashlight. The back side of the Nokia 1661 is reserved primarily for the battery which lies on top of the SIM card.
That is as far as the design of the Nokia 1661 goes. Lacking in components but the design I would say generally works.