*Q1 op profit Y56.2 bln vs Y96.9 bln year prior. TOKYO, July 29- Japan's Sony Corp said a strong yen and slower smartphone sales would weigh on its cash-generating image sensor business this year, but the popularity of its PlayStation 4 videogame should help it reach its profit target. For the current year through March 2017, the image sensor business will be a drag,... » Read More
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