Sony dreams to sell 80 million smartphones in 2015, will take USA and China by storm
Sony says it is planning of how to sell 80 million smartphones in the fiscal year of 2015 alone.
The Japanese phone maker says it’s introducing “money and people” into the US and Chinese market while hoping for the best outcome. Sony is also looking to introduce more varieties of smartphones with different price and size ranges.
The above, if put in practice will definitely see Sony going places. Samsung who is the biggest phone seller, is winning not because of brand promotion and commercials alone, but because the folks there have put time to etch out phones of different categories, sizes, ranges and of course, prices.
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