Sony Ericsson has recently announced its first quarter financial report in 2011. Leading electronics company that claims to have sold 8.1 million phones during the period January - March 31, 2011 is. This is a decline of 3.1 million units of mobile phones compared to the fourth quarter of last year as many as 11.2 million units (sales atyear-end holiday season the average is greater than the beginning of the year).
Approximately 60% (5 million units) of mobile phones released by Sony Ericsson is the smart phones and almost all of them based on Android. Total sales in the first quarter of 2011 recorded about 1145 euros with a net profit of 11 millioneuros.
Sony Ericsson has set up the new Xperia range of mobile phones equipped with Android OS Honeycomb to fill this year, which began to be present since the second quarter of 2011. ArcXperia, Xperia Play, Xperia Neo, and Pro will be the flagship Xperia although the company acknowledges the earthquake in Japan has little influence at the same time supply chain operations.
With Android OS that bringing to enhance prestige of Sony Ericsson smart phones, it seems still the right decision when you see the Symbian OS thatis not obvious, and Windows 7 Phone fate is still not widely adopted and not yet fully mature. Is Sony Ericsson will continue to sponsor the Android as an OS smartphone mainstay for up to 4 years?
Source: Sony Ericsson