Quarterly revenue, however, fell to
The figures do not include exceptional items such as the sale of its offices and a change in the assessed fair value of millions of dollars in debentures.
Excluding these items, BlackBerry's adjusted loss was
"Over the past six months, we have focused on improving efficiency in all aspects of our operations to drive costs down and improve margins. Looking forward, we are focusing on our growth to enable our return to profitability," he said.
After posting record losses last year, the company brought in new management and outsourced its handset production to
BlackBerry said it sold 2.6m smartphones in the last quarter.
Hardware sales accounted for 39% of its revenues, while services grew to 54%. The remainder came from software and other sources.
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