Sony's first-half net profit dives 78% on strong yen, battery unit sale


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Why don't accept that Samsung,LG and Hyuwei like companies went ahead.

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Its a pity about Sony phone sales, because there phones are actually very competitive in terms of features and quality. Unfortunately the market is utterly saturated, the mid-high end with Samsung, Apple, HTC and some newer Chinese units and the lower end with plenty of Chinese options. No doubt other countries will want to get in on the action. India in particular could be a huge market for Indian made phones. Sony should continue promoting the Playstation and also spend more time and money promoting their range of high end portable audio gear. There is a demand for great sounding portable audio gear, above and beyond what phones can provide, particularly in the U.S and Europe.

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its time to sell Sony to some chinese or taiwanese firm before it becomes completely worthless.

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