Sony to stop selling its Smartphones in India

Published on May 27, 2019
Sony has revealed that it will stop selling its smartphones in several countries including India.

Details:

  • Sony added it presently considers Japan, Europe, Taiwan and Hong Kong as the "focus regions" - to drive profit for the smartphone business.
  • Sony reported an operating loss of 97.1 billion yen ($879.45 million) in the year ended March.
  • Samsung with shipment of 71.9 million units, Huawei with 59.1 million, Apple with 36.4 million, Xiaomi with 25 million, Vivo with 23.2 million and Oppo with 23.1 million are the top smartphone brands in the first quarter of 2019.

Question:

Q. Which technology giant has revealed that it will stop selling its smartphones in several countries including India?
a. Sony
b. Nokia
c. Samsung
d. Oppo

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