07-17-2013 02:37 AM
07-17-2013 03:19 AM
I agreed with most of your comments
I didn't buy Q10 I bought Z10 for 600usd but after 3 days used I went to market find a way to sell it to buy Q10
my old device was Bold 9900 and used it for one year only after that the motherboard of the device dead
I could not believe that Z10 used you can get it only for 300usd and it is still in the original packing when I ask why they said because no one like it... I could not believe that Q10 have the same problem however I spend days and days just reading about Q10 before doing any step but I am still can't understand or believe why things like that could happen with a company like BlackBerry...
We are talking here because we have loyalty to BB and this is our feedback to improved them self
but as a smart phone the step they took was a bit far away
We all know we can't make everyone satisfied however we could try
my small advice to BB as follow
just make a survey for the 1 billion of your customer I am sure you will get minimum of 100000 people reply
after that focus them interested points and there you are
amazing phone that most will be satisfied with it
however we are not against BB but we are trying to be part of your successful
the last 3 model Z10, Q10 and now Q5 mmmmm I wonder who will take now a chance to try one more new device after that disappointed
if you agree with me BB will not be exist if we stop buying them product this is why any company teach us always the customer is our boss because end of the day we are getting our salary from him.
BlackBerry please don't do other company mistakes
All the best and I will be back to Bold 9900 until future announcement
07-17-2013 03:49 AM
07-17-2013 06:46 AM
quote from: http://bgr.com/2013/07/16/blackberry-q10-z10-sales
BlackBerry posted fiscal first quarter results that missed analysts’ estimates by a wide margin. The company’s surprise loss was obviously troubling, but even more so was the fact that BlackBerry 10 device shipments came in at 2.7 million units, missing consensus figures by a wide margin despite the fact that this was the Z10′s first full quarter of sales and the quarter in which the Q10 launched. Following the company’s results, Jefferies & Co. analyst Peter Misek is now reporting that BlackBerry has slashed combined Z10 and Q10 orders to 1 million units per month, a 50% cut from the 2 million units BlackBerry had on order each month. In a note picked up by Barron’s, Misek says he’s not surprised by the cut at all, but rather is surprised that BlackBerry had previously “raised build plans at the end of May despite the worsening sell-through in the back of the month.” Misek still has a Buy rating on BlackBerry shares with an $18 price target.
07-17-2013 11:59 AM
07-18-2013 08:39 AM
quote: With this quarter's mixed financial results, Nokia revealed that Lumia sales were up to a record high of 7.4 million. That means that the company sold more Windows Phones last quarter than BlackBerry sold phones. Just one year ago, BlackBerry was selling almost two phones for every one Lumia Nokia sold. It's a stark change of fortunes for the Canadian manufacturer, and appears to reaffirm Microsoft's statement that Windows Phone is now the third-place platform for smartphones. Of course, sales and shipments aren't everything; both companies are currently struggling to turn a profit, and face different challenges to reverse their fortunes.