Sony Ericsson released its fourth-quarter and year-end numbers this morning, and things certainly improved over 2009, at least as far as the money is concerned. SE actually sold fewer phones in 2010 compared to the year before -- 43.1 million versus 57.1 million, a 24 percent decrease. But margin improved from 15 percent to 29 percent, operating income actually was in the black, as was nearly every other category (including price of the handsets).
So SE's got to be feeling pretty good by now, and by all accounts we're going to see some pretty good handsets in 2011. Now SE just needs to make sure it figures out how to update them. [Sony Ericsson]
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