Now I am sure that question is hard to answer, but since we know of one Android device made by them, it should not be.
The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, the only Android device made by them. This device was announced months, if not year, before it actually made it to the general market. It did not support multi-touch at launch and when it made it to the market... It did not even have Android 2.1, but only 1.6. The companies Windows Phone line has also suffered with every device released... starting with the X1, it was cool, but not enough that people will get passed the small screen, thick body and short battery life. The X2, it was even worse, so I will not talk about it.
Now they are giving up on Symbian and focusing on Android and Windows Phone, how does that sound to you. Would you even consider a Sony Ericsson Droid knowing their passed record for slow updates, bugs, and horrible hardware. Do you think they should even bother with smart phones? Do you hope for a Motorola like second coming for them with Android? Reply and let us know what you think of poor SE.
Giving up story Via: eweek