Ericsson Mobile Communications
In October 1, 2001, Sony and Ericsson formed Sony Ericsson to produce mobile phones. Notable Sony Ericsson products are T-series (Tela), P-series (PDA), K-series (camera/Cyber-shot), Z-series (clamshell), J-series (low-end), S-series (style/slider/swivel), W-series (Walkman), V-series (Vodafone), M-series (messaging), C-series (Cyber-shot), G-series (generation web), R-series (radio), F-series, X-series (Xperia), U-series (Entertainment Unlimited) and E-series (Xperia/Android).
The Sony Ericsson branding stopped in February 2012 when Sony acquired Ericsson's shares in the company's phones.
Sony Mobile Communications
In February 16, 2012, Sony Ericsson changes name into Sony Mobile Communications. In January 2013, Sony Mobile Communications completely moved the headquarters from Sweden to Sony headquarters in Minato, Tokyo, Japan.