Just a few days after unveiling the BlackBerry Passport, the parents in Waterloo have one other announcement to make: their Q2 FY15 outcomes.
BlackBerry reports that in Q2 FY15, it bought round 2.1 million smartphones. Meanwhile, roughly 2.4 million BlackBerry telephones have been bought to finish clients, which incorporates units that have been shipped earlier than the beginning of Q2 FY15. BlackBerry additionally says that it’s now obtained ninety one million month-to-month lively BBM customers, up from eighty five million in Q1 FY15.
On the monetary aspect of issues, BlackBerry pulled in a income of $916 million for the quarter. It additionally recorded a internet lack of $207 million, which is an enchancment from the $965 million loss that hit BlackBerry in Q2 FY14.
Finally, BlackBerry CEO John Chen reports that the BlackBerry Passport has had 200,000 orders because it went on sale Wednesday. That’s not dangerous contemplating BlackBerry’s current gross sales numbers, and it’ll be fascinating to see if the BlackBerry Classic and its extra conventional BlackBerry type issue can carry out even higher when it launches later this year.
As standard, I’m listening in to BlackBerry’s Q2 FY15 earnings name, and I’ll make sure you replace you with another juicy tidbits of information that John Chen and Co. need to share.
Have any of you ordered a BlackBerry Passport?