Sony Ericsson has just announced its second quarter results for this year, and although things are far from being as great as they once were, the company could say it had a decent quarter.
Income (before taxes and excluding restructuring charges) was €63 million, while net income was €12 million.
Sony Ericsson sold 11 million phones during Q2 2010, at an average selling price of €160 (€26 higher than in the previous quarter).
The company’s president, Bert Nordberg, said that the SE Xperia X10 and the SE Vivaz (both launched in Q1) are successful. Moreover, the X10 Mini and X10 Mini Pro (introduced at the end of last month) have also been “well received”, making Sony Ericsson “well positioned for long term growth.”
Detailed Q2 2010 results are below:
Via Press release
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