Thursday, September 2, 2010

Sony Ericsson to dominate Android Mobile

The handset producer Sony Ericsson is aiming to be the world’s largest Android mobile supplier.

According to a report by Business Week the statement came direct from Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB, which is the the mobile phone venture of Ericsson AB and Sony Corp.

They have a direct contract to produce smartphones for Google's Android OS. Rights now those include the XPERIA X10, the X10 mini pro and the X10 mini, with another Android mobile phone, the X8, soon to be released.

Based in London, Sony Ericsson controls 17% of the Android mobile market share making it one of the biggest players in the production of their smartphones.

The largest Android mobile maker controls 23% of the market share, although the company declined to mention who this was. Direct competitors for Sony Ericsson are Motaorola, HTC and Samsung.

The Chief Executive Officer of Sony Ericsson, Bert Nordberg, spoke of these grandiose plans while giving a talk in Beijing but did not mention a timeframe for achieving world domination.

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