BlackBerry 10 was supposed to be the start of something truly great from BlackBerry, but it looks like the new OS isn't doing so well in the United States. BB10-based devices haven't been selling well in the US, but have been selling strong in other countries.
Barron's point to some research from RBC Capital analyst, Mark Sue, who has said that BlackBerry 10 demand "appears to be mixed by region" with "Canada, the U.K. and the Middle East... seeing the strongest BB10 sell-through." Sue has noted that in the United States though, "BlackBerry has a diminished consumer presence" and are "seeing slower sell-through."
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