Sony Ericsson Looks To Become World’s Top Supplier of Android Smartphones

September 2, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Sony Ericsson aims at becoming the world’s top supplier of smartphones that are powered by Google’s Android. The company is, in fact, second in line to becoming the leader in the smartphone market.

The company currently has a 17 percent share of the Android-powered phone market, compared with 23 percent for the market leader . The CEO did not reveal which company was currently in the top position and did not give any information about when they will be achieving the top spot.

The company competes with HTC, Motorola and Samsung. Sony Ericsson’s limited Android selection includes XPERIA X10, X10 mini and X10 mini pro, and the company is expected to launch its new Android phone, the X8, sometime in the near future.

Meanwhile, the London-based company has been slow to engage the smartphone market. But the company’s announcement will be noted by many rivals.

Even though no other companies have made similar revelations, they all will have similar dreams of becoming the best in the market.

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