The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 was the company’s first Android smartphone, which was quickly followed with the X10 mini, X10 mini pro along with the upcoming X8. The company clearly has high aspirations for Android as Chief Executive Officer Bert Nordberg said that it aims to be the largest supplier of Android smartphones, without giving any timeline.
He went on to say that the company currently has an impressive 17 percent Android market share, behind the leading (unidentified) player at 23 percent. It probably doesn’t take a genius to figure out that HTC is most likely to be the leading Android vendor and taking over their position will take some asking. Do you think they can do it? If so what does the company need to do better to reach number 1? Let us know in the comments below.