| | Re: Could KEYone win against all other Android and iPhones?
I doubt the stock price is influenced much by the status or forecast future status of BlackBerry Mobile handsets. My guess is investors are looking at BlackBerry's post-handset future and predicted revenues. BlackBerry Mobile isn't going anywhere and investors know it and that knowledge is factored into the price. But from what I understand BlackBerry's future looks pretty good. Just my opinion.
Also, just my opinion, carriers know what they can sell and what they can't. It isn't carriers hurting BlackBerry. BlackBerry did that themselves, and at several stages. The BlackBerry brand is mud with handset buyers. And don't believe those still saying BlackBerry has the corporate and government market and will keep supporting those customers. It doesn't and therefore it isn't.
I've yet to see any of the BlackBerry Android devices in the wild. I travel two and three times a month a spend a lot of time on planes and in hotels and restaurants. Last BlackBerry handset I saw was a 9900 series. And truly, in the rare event I see a BlackBerry it is usually a 99XX. The only BB10 I see, and again rarely, is the occasional Q10. I would have to see a KEYONE or two regularly to think it is selling. As it is I believe the talk that sales are in the thousands.
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