Revenue: $658 million, lower than the $679 million analysts predicted.
Smartphone revenue: $263 million, a drop from $379 million in the same quarter a year ago.
BlackBerrys sold: 1.1 million, a steep fall from the 2.6 million phones sold a year earlier.
Software licensing revenue: $137 million, about one fifth of total revenue. That's also a 150 per cent increase from the same quarter the previous year.
Stock price: Closed Tuesday on the Nasdaq at US$8.81, down 39 cents. On the Toronto Stock Exchange, the company's shares finished at C$10.88, down 44 cents.