Sony Sold 1.56m PS3 Consoles Last Quarter

Posted: Jul 29 2008, 2:32am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:43am CDT, in News | Gaming

Sony sold 1.56m PS3 Consoles last Quarter
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Sony published their consolidated financial results for the first quarter ending on June 30th.

In the report Sony details the Playstation hardware and software sales for the Quarter.
Overall hardware sales increased because of the good performance of the Sony PSP and Sony PS3.
Sony sold 1.56m Sony PS3 consoles, which is more than double (.86m increase) compared to the quarter a year ago.
The Sony PSP actually sold 3.72m units, which is an increase of 1.59m units compared to a year ago.
The PS2 sold still 1.51m units, but that is a decrease of 1.15m compared to last year.

Sony sold in the same timeframe 22.8m PS3 software titles, 11.8m PSP titles and 19.3m PS2 titles.

Sony achieved a positive operating income compared to a loss last year. Operating income was ~$51m compared to a loss of ~$271m.
Via this Sony Financial report (pdf).

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