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Sony may be boasting about its Xperia range of smartphones but it is outclassed by Apple iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy SIII. Well, we are no one to say this but if Sony Mobile’s sales chief, Dennis van Schie is to be believed the company doesn’t have a direct competitor to devices like the iPhone 5 or Galaxy SIII.
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