BlackBerry’s revenues increased from $2.8bn in its fiscal Q1 last year, to $3.1bn this year, the company slid into a loss of $94m in the latter period. And while it sold 6.8m smartphones during the latest quarter, 60% of those were its older handsets rather than the new BlackBerry 10 devices spearheading the company’s comeback. BlackBerry also lost 4m subscribers during the quarter, down from 76m users to 72m. And as GigaOm points out, the 2.7m BlackBerry 10 smartphones shipped in the company’s Q1 compares to that many Android devices activated every two days.

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