Nevertheless, it appears that we've been told the truth, as the Canadian carrier Rogers has now issued a statement, which confirms what was previously said by CEO Thorsten Heins. According to Rogers, which was the first carrier to offer BlackBerry in 1999, the Z10's launch was indeed the most successful BlackBerry launch ever. In some stores, Rogers has even sold out of Z10 units, so new stock had to be ordered.
Once again, though, we don't get to see any official numbers, other than the mention that Rogers activated "thousands" of BlackBerry Z10 smartphones on launch day, which doesn't sound like such an extraordinary achievement.
You can learn more about the BlackBerry Z10 from our review here!