Sony has released its financial results for Q2 2015, the company made a new profit of $280 on revenue of $15.8 billion.
This is down from the previous quarter, although the company is still making a profit which is good news.
Bad news for Sony’s mobile unit again, revenue was down 15 percent to $231 million, the smartphone unit made a loss of $172 million for the quarter.
Other parts of Sony’s business are doing well, revenue from the company’s gaming division increased by 16.5 percent to $3 billion and the company made a net profit of $199 million from its gaming division.
Sony’s component business, which supplies the company’s popular camera sensors to company’s like Apple and Samsung had revenue of $1.5 billion and a net profit of $215 million. Sales in this division grew by 4 percent but the net profit increased by 20 percent.
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