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Company Overview of Sony Mobile Communications AB

Company Overview

Sony Mobile Communications AB engages in the product research, development, design, production, distribution, marketing, sale, and customer servicing of mobile phones, accessories, and applications. The company also provides smartphones. It sells its products in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, the Americas, and the Asia Pacific. The company was formerly known as Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB and changed its name to Sony Mobile Communications AB in February 2012. The company was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in London, United Kingdom. As of February 15, 2012, Sony Mobile Communications AB operates as a subsidiary of Sony Corporation.

Sony Ericsson House

202 Hammersmith Road

London,  W6 7DN

United Kingdom

Founded in 2001

9,455 Employees

Phone:

44 20 8762 5858

Key Executives for Sony Mobile Communications AB

Chief Executive Officer
Age: 54
President
Age: 50
Chief Financial Officer
Head of Operations and Corporate Vice President
Chief Executive Officer of Russia
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Sony Mobile Communications AB Key Developments

Sony Mobile Communications AB Introduces Xperia E4 Smartphone

Sony Mobile Communications Inc. has introduced its new Xperia E4 smartphone. Capturing the perfect shot couldn't be simpler, with Auto scene recognition, image enhancing features and camera apps all built in to give great photos with minimal effort. For those new to Xperia, seamless migration from other Android, iOS or Blackberry devices is super quick. The Xperia Transfer application, allows to move contacts, photos, bookmarks, apps, music, messages and much more without the hassle - or the worry of losing anything important. Xperia E4's textured surface and slim, curved OmniBalance design make it a pleasure to hold while a scratch-resistant screen adds durability. Available in classic black and white, the affordable Xperia E4 retains the premium look that Xperia products have become famous for. To make it own, Xperia E4 comes with customisable UI themes and matching cover accessories are available too so can change look, inside and out, to match personal style.

Sony Mobile Communications Inc. Announces Executive Changes

Sony Corp. announced that Hiroki Totoki, a senior vice president, will become president of its Sony Mobile Communications Inc. subsidiary on November 16, 2014 replacing Kunimasa Suzuki. Totoki is currently in charge of corporate planning and finance as well as operations to create new businesses.

Sony Mobile Communications to Launch 12-Inch Tablet in First Quarter of 2015

Sony Mobile Communications plans to launch a 12-inch tablet in the first quarter of 2015. Sony's 12-inch tablet will feature high-end specifications and come with a stylus, targeting mainly markets that have demand for graphics-related applications.

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