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Sony's Cursed Strategy Sees it Finally Ship a Phone it Launched Last April

14 days ago   |   By Peta Pixel

Sony's camera division has pretty much perfected product launches, but its mobile division has been mired in a cursed strategy that has seen its phones lose all hype and enthusiasm thanks to months of delay between announcement and availability.
Sony does not make bad phones, quite the opposite actually. The devices that PetaPixel has evaluated all perform admirably and most reviewers across the mobile space agree. But despite phones that look great, have solid specifications, and perform well, Sony's market share of smartphones in the United States and globally is abysmal.
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