Sony Ericsson hopes that its coming Xperia X10 flagship mobile phone, its first based on Google Inc's (GOOG) Android open-source operating system, will help the company return to profit after several loss-making quarters, but it won't be available until after the end-year holiday season and faces stiff competition.
Sony Ericsson, the world's fifth largest handset maker by volume, is reeling from five straight quarterly losses, though it expects to return to profitability next year, according to CEO Bert Nordberg. The company expects to launch a revamped smartphone strategy and new cost-cutting measures to attain the goal.
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