BlackBerry Quiet On Its Priv Sales
I don’t know if you agree with me, but keeping silent with the performance seems to be not a good sign. Rethinking that prior to its official launch, the company keeps hyping the product.
This is the case that happens now with BlackBerry Priv, company’s first Android based device launched November of 2015.
Breaking its normal norms, the giant mobile Canadian company that once dominated Smartphone market decided to forget number of phones that it sold during the last four months of 2015.
For the record, the total shares dropped over 7.5 percent in the New York pre-market trading, which add company’s 12.8 percent year to date decline.
With the date revealed, this leads to question over the device sales performance as the company reported a steeper increase that what was expected during the last quarter. The total revenue was $464 million for three months to end of 2016 February, 30 percent drop from prior year period and below $561.8 million market forecast.
The company represented its major departure on its old platform as they are now switching to Android platform. The company’s switch was designed in order to answer complaints about shortage of apps for their devices, as the company aims to win back the mobile market like in the past.
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