Sony have announced their financial results for the 2nd quarter of the year, the period from July to September 2012. Frustratingly, though, they’ve repeated what they did last quarter and have lumped the PS3 in with the PS2, and the Vita in with the PSP.
This massively skews the unit numbers, as all we can really gather is that combined the PS3 and PS2 sold 3.5 million units, and together the Vita and PSP moved 1.6 million units. It’s difficult to pull those apart to see how the PS3 and Vita are selling individually.
In terms of cash, Sony as a whole shifted $20,573 million, with an operating income of $388 million and a net loss of just under $200 million. The gaming division reported sales of $1,899 million and an operating income of $29. Remember that these figures would include the Gaikai acquisition.
Some data via GAF.