Sony’s poor performance in the smartphone market is nothing new, but just how bad is it is something we weren’t privy to before. Turns out, Sony sold seven million smartphones lesser in 2018 than it did in 2017. The latest financial statements from the Japanse company that’s credited for introducing cool features like super slo-mo and 4K displays on a smartphone, indicate that the smartphone division of Sony has been bleeding money for quite some time now. Now, a new report claims Sony is ready to lay off half its workforce in the smartphone division to offset the losses.
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