Sony Ericsson Turns to Sagem for Entry-Level Phones
Mar 26, 2007, 1:50 AM by (staff)
Sony Ericsson and Sagem today announced an agreement to combine efforts on entry-level phones. Sagem is a French mobile phone maker. As part of the deal, Sagem will license hardware and software platform technologies to Sony Ericsson, while Sagem will provide Sony Ericsson with a number of Sony Ericsson branded phones on an ODM basis. The two companies will also conduct joint development activities.
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