Sony Ericsson has announced its financial results for the third quarter of 2010.
Like in the previous quarter, the company has managed to make profit ($49 million), despite selling fewer handsets (10.4 million, compared to 11 million in the second quarter).
Detailed Q3 results:
Although it still has only four Android smartphones (none of them running the platform’s latest version) and only about 5% of the total number of Android devices out there, Sony Ericsson continues to hope it will, someday, become the world’s largest Android vendor.
“It is our ambition to become the global number one handset provider on the Android platform,” declared the company’s CEO Bert Nordberg.
This being said, we’ll likely see new Android smartphones from Sony Ericsson pretty soon. Just, please, SE, put Froyo and Gingerbread on them, ok?
Via Press release
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