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Sony's April-Dec profit down 30% but forecast up on image sensor sales

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Sonly used to make good stuffs. I own the coveted SCD-1 and it performs brilliantly even after 20 years later. But nowadays, they are a shadow of their former self. When Samsung catches up with Sony on the imaging sensor market, and you bet they will, that will be the last of Sony as we know it.

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Jeff KoToday  07:57 pm JST

Sonly used to make good stuffs. I own the coveted SCD-1 and it performs brilliantly even after 20 years later. But nowadays, they are a shadow of their former self. When Samsung catches up with Sony on the imaging sensor market, and you bet they will, that will be the last of Sony as we know it.

Thinly disguised anti-Japan rhetoric.

Some questions:

Where's Samsung's Playstation beating console?

Where's Samsung's Alpha 7R beating camera?

Where's Samsung's Aibo Caramel Edition beating robot dog?

*And just to put it out there, where's Samsung's Sony-beating TV's and phones? Answer: they're all offer the same features none are ahead or behind, which is a major plus to Sony given they sold their R&D to Samsung in those categories (OLED) in the late 2000's.

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where's Samsung's Sony-beating TV's and phones?

Everybody knows Samsung is the largest phone producer in the world

Samsung is also the largest TV manufacturer in the world

https://www.statista.com/statistics/267095/global-market-share-of-lcd-tv-manufacturers/

https://blog.technavio.com/blog/largest-tv-manufacturers-by-market-share

With over 20% market share, Samsung has been the largest TV manufacturer since 2006. It was the world’s first TV company to launch fully HD LED TV in 2010 at Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Las Vegas. Samsung also accounts for almost 50% of the total 75-inch TV sales worldwide.

What people don't know is that Samsung is also the #1 memory chip manufacturer in the world (that's their main business)

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