Sony might exit the smartphone market in a bid to become profitable once again. The Japanese tech giantís CEO Kazuo Hurai announced at a press conference that Sony will no longer pursue sales growth in the highly competitive field.
Right in line with past reports, Mr. Hirai revealed that the company will consider a sale of its struggling smartphone and television businesses. However, there is no deal currently in the works.
Despite developing quality Android smartphones, Sony has struggled in the highly competitive smartphone field. The company has been sandwiched between rivals such as Apple and Samsung in the high end and the army of Chinese companies in the low end of the market.
The company aims to achieve an annual operating profit of $4.2 billion by 2018. Thatís a 25-fold increase over its current financial performance.
Sony plans to turn to profit by investing in its already successful divisions. They include production and development of image sensors and the Sony PlayStation gaming business.
A long time Sony user the Z3+ was a waste of time and effort, software buggy, hardware overheating I've been burned (quite literally) by it, I'll never use or recommend again. From my point of view they should probably give up. James Bond probably wo...
Sony please do not Stop the series of XPERIA mobiles. please please please
don't stop sony mobile production because it is believable company so please carry on this business