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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.
In an interview to a leading international newspaper, Dennis has admitted that Xperia smartphones fails to compete with both Apple and Samsung. He added that the company will soon be unveiling flagship smartphones in the market next year. On Windows Phone 8, Sony Mobile’s sales chief stated that the company currently has no plans of any Windows Phones.
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