Thorsten Heins Gives Optimistic Sales Expectations for the BlackBerry Q10 (Video)

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BlackBerry is making a comeback, folks. How much of an impact remains to be seen, but it’s certainly headed in the right direction. The company’s proud CEO sat down with Bloomberg’s Willow Bay at the Milken Institute 2013 Global Conference in Los Angeles to talk about the launch of the Q10 among other things.
Now it’s merely an off the cuff comment, but if you listen carefully, around the 2:23 mark of the video, while discussing expectations, Thor mentions “several tens of millions of units” with regards to sales. Could mean any number of things, but sound off in the comments on how you took it

Check out the video on Bloomberg TV below.

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  1. As long as it beats Windows Phone, I’m happy.
    They can just merge the 2 projects and both BB and Nokia can do hardware that will make M$ happy.

    A mix of live tiles and active frames would be brilliant. Add to that a separate task manager so that widgets and apps don’t mix and the OS will be very versatile.

  2. No, Don’t like live tiles of Windows phone – they limit the OS. I think Blackberry should continue to develop Active Frames and add the following: 1. Allow active frame into to show up in other applications and to interact with the info; 2. Add the ability to stack a active frame over the other and make the other active frame minimized to allow instaneous switching between apps without going to the homescreen and allow the option to pinch and zoom the background frame to allow 2 apps to be onscreen at the same time; 3. Add the ability to close apps one at a time or all at once by half swiping – 1 at a time or full swipe – all at once across the bottom bezel.

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