BlackBerry has reported an increasing revenue share in smartphone sales in their year end profit report of fiscal 2013. BlackBerry Q4 has ended in few weeks just after launch of most anticipated BB10 OS and Blackberry Z10 smartphone.
And it is clear that the sale has been surprisingly increased due to the launch of new version of Blackberry operating system and most popular Z10 interface or design.
Revenue for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2013 was approximately $2.7 billion, down 36% from $4.2 billion in the same quarter of fiscal 2012.The revenue breakdown for the quarter was approximately 61% for hardware, 36% for service and 3% for software.
Company income in Q4 is 94 million dollar which is decent increment in income compared to previous quarter of 14 million dollar and this income doesn’t include the revenues came from the sales of Blackberry 10 across Canada and U.S as Q4 of Blackberry’s fiscal 2013 has ended in March 2.
Chief executive Thorsten Heins claims that 1 Million of Blackberry Z10 handsets shipped in quarter four out of 6 million BlackBerry smartphone which were transferred in Q4. Company has also shipped approximately 370,000 BlackBerry PlayBook tablets in Q4.
“We have implemented numerous changes at BlackBerry over the past year and those changes have resulted in the Company returning to profitability in the fourth quarter,” said Thorsten Heins, President and CEO. “With the launch of BlackBerry 10, we have introduced the newest and what we believe to be the most innovative mobile computing platform in the market today..”
For more download official report’s pdf: Blackberry Results for Fiscal 2013