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Wednesday, 16 January 2008 11:43

SonyEricsson does well in 2007

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100+ million phones sold


SonyEricsson sold 103.4 million phones last year and raised its profits by 12 percent, compared to 2006.

Its profits rose from €997 million to €1.1 billion, while the revenue rose by 18 percent to 11 billion in total. The fourth quarter was marked by a slow down, with profits around 19 percent lower than in Q4 2006 and no growth in revenue during the same period.

Hideki Komiyama described the year as "very good," noting that SonyEricsson's market share increased by two percent to nine percent in 2007.
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