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Sony Ericsson’s president Miles Flint told Reuters price pressure in the market remained relentless and that the group’s strategy was to keep differentiating its products from competitors and adding applications. Nokia already does that, and SE is realizing that apps and interface are the only way […]

Sony Ericsson’s president Miles Flint told Reuters price pressure in the market remained relentless and that the group’s strategy was to keep differentiating its products from competitors and adding applications. Nokia already does that, and SE is realizing that apps and interface are the only way to beat back competition from commodity handset makers from Asia.

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