RIM Q2 financials round up!!

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Today is a big day for RIM, which is releasing a limited Q2 financial earnings report today as soon as the market closes. We’re not very far off from the announcement, but we thought it best to round up everything the financial wonks are saying about the boys and girls from the ‘Loo today. View some key RIM Q2 financial metrics after the jump.

Yahoo! Finance: RIM Q2 Preview: High Hopes for New BlackBerries?

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MarketWatch: Research In Motion to see jump in earnings, costs

CNN Money: RIM’s blooming smartphone growth faces a wilting economy

RIM Q2 Key Metrics:

Q2 Revenue: $2.60 billion consensus
Q2 EPS: $0.87 consensus
Q2 Net Sub. Adds: 2.6 million (RBC, AmTech), 2.7 million (Citi)
Q2 Device Shipments: 6.1 million (AmTech, Citi), 6.3 million (RBC)
Q3 Revenue: $2.95 billion consensus
Q3 EPS: $0.98 consensus
Q3 Net Sub. Adds: 2.9 million (Citi), 3+ million (RBC), 3.3 million (AmTech)
Q3 Device Shipments: 6.9 million (Citi), 7.4 million-7.5 million (RBC), 7.8 million (AmTech)

1 Response to “RIM Q2 financials round up!!”


  1. 1 David R.

    Funny how nobody wants to comment on the ugly truth that RIM has in the past 60 days lost half its market cap and 25 percent in the past 24 hours alone. The reason, as RIM executive admit, is clear: Too little, too late.

    Put the Bold, Storm, Javelin and Pearl Flip together and RIM still has no iPhone killer in the bunch. They got cute and split key features——3G, GPS, WiFi, Touchscreen, physical keyboard, etc.——among various devices. In the process, not one single device offers the awesome “ultimate BlackBerry experience” we all want and that RIM needs to compete with the iPhone.

    A “great but not game-changing” Bold doesn’t cut it for business customers. A touchscree