Sony Ericsson confirms the existence of problems in one second model of their smartphones, which the company has based its strategy for return to the path of profits next year. sony ericsson aino problems

A spokesman for the world fourth largest manufacturer of mobile phones, admitted that “a number of users of the new smartphone Sony Ericsson Aino had experienced problems using the touch screen.” Obviously we’re working as fast as possible to resolve (the problem), “Sony Ericsson Mattias Holm said the spokesman.

He also assured that “Aino sold in limited quantities in the UK, so this problem only affects very small number of customers.”

Earlier this week, Carphone Warehouse, Europe’s biggest seller of mobile phones, temporarily withdrew the smartphone from Sony Ericsson Satio also due to software problem.

Holm said the software problems had affected only small number of customers in Britain and had not damaged the Sony Ericsson brand.

“At the moment we see no harm or damage caused,” said Holm. “It’s an issue that affects only contained small number of consumers.”

Aino is the development of Sony Ericsson to return to profits.

Success in the smartphone market is key element in the master plan Bert Nordberg. Smartphones with advanced mobile Internet and network functions, have been bright spot in the mobile phone market has been depressed in the past year.

While mobile phone makers have been hurt by the global crisis, Sony Ericsson has also suffered because it lacked an offer to rival smartphone, which is the Apple iPhone.

Sony Ericsson loss was 199 million euros in the third quarter and has not made any profit since the first quarter of 2008.