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Analyst cuts estimate of BlackBerry Z10 quarterly shipments from 1.75 million units to 300,000

0. phoneArena 20 Feb 2013, 12:40 posted on

Canaccord Genuity analyst T. Michael Walkley is making a drastic cut to his estimates of Q1 shipments of the new BlackBerry Z10 from 1.75 million units to just 300,000; while the device is not yet available in the U.S.,the analyst says that the stateside launch of the phone will not make much of a difference as he expects U.S. carriers to have small amounts of the phone in stock...

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posted on 20 Feb 2013, 12:45 10

1. tusshharish (Posts: 341; Member since: 23 Oct 2012)


it is a piece of crap..........

posted on 20 Feb 2013, 14:15 5

6. wp8forever (unregistered)


What's a blackberry? never heard of it .

posted on 21 Feb 2013, 02:03 2

15. Ohrules (Posts: 314; Member since: 11 Jun 2012)


it is a fruit :P

posted on 20 Feb 2013, 14:23 4

8. idroidequis (Posts: 103; Member since: 23 Jan 2013)


Crapberry?

posted on 20 Feb 2013, 12:53 6

2. Muzhhur (Posts: 245; Member since: 14 Sep 2012)


so, its just a BB death... well another one

posted on 20 Feb 2013, 13:03 1

3. solomonsteve (Posts: 74; Member since: 19 Dec 2012)


i dont believe in any shipment analysis. Do u know the future?

posted on 20 Feb 2013, 13:10 2

4. Johnnokia (Posts: 510; Member since: 27 May 2012)


I feel sorry for you BB . you can't compete with those giants.

posted on 20 Feb 2013, 13:17 2

5. gameday78 (Posts: 47; Member since: 17 Mar 2012)


(in the voice of Nelson from The Simpsons) HA HA!

posted on 20 Feb 2013, 14:17 2

7. _Bone_ (Posts: 2123; Member since: 29 Oct 2012)


Whoever predicted 1.7 was on the Blackberry payroll. It's all about stock manipulation.

posted on 20 Feb 2013, 15:32 4

9. lubba (Posts: 1310; Member since: 17 Jan 2011)


They should've sold themselves to Nokia or MS.

posted on 20 Feb 2013, 17:08

10. rusticguy (Posts: 2826; Member since: 11 Aug 2012)


HTC One killed it ...

posted on 20 Feb 2013, 17:36 1

11. cdgoin (Posts: 367; Member since: 28 Jul 2010)


The screwed up launching with a iPhone copy and trying to compete with iPhone, Android, WP, etc.. instaead of launching the new Blackberry with a BLACKBERRY. The Q10 should have been first. This could be the death of them, they need to go ahead and sell themselves to MS or Nokia, otherwise they are the next Palm. Hmm.. that said, I guess Dell could fall on its face like HP and buy BB and give it away after blowing a few billion dollars.

posted on 20 Feb 2013, 21:00 1

12. apiskula (Posts: 572; Member since: 25 Jan 2013)


Good what garbage this phone and RIM is

posted on 20 Feb 2013, 21:48 1

13. jcpwn2004 (Posts: 314; Member since: 18 Jan 2012)


Lol not surprised at all, I knew all the sellouts where done on purpose by rim to try to get some hype. This phone was already outdated when it was introduced, microsoft & RIM fanboys can brag as much as they want about how "smooth" the OS is, but it doesn't matter if you can't do what you want with your phone.

I want RIM to succeed to drive competition, but 4 smartphone OS really seem like too much. Smartphones are hitting their plateau hardware, it's really software that will make or break you.

posted on 20 Feb 2013, 23:12 2

14. nikenturd (unregistered)


BB just dont have it anymore...the Z10 is already outdated, pricey Apps ...not too many Apps...time to give it up if the Z10 doesnt suceed

posted on 21 Feb 2013, 10:51

16. thealphageek1 (banned) (Posts: 942; Member since: 02 Feb 2013)


These analysts put out this BS purely for stock manipulation, and the public eats it up. These bogus reports, for instance, that the BlackBerry Z10 is not selling well in the UK has already been proven false by others. The only way we will know for sure how well Z10 is doing is when official numbers get released at the end of Q1. Until then, this is all speculation.

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