BlackBerry is back in the black for Q4, selling reporedtly almost 1 million Z10 handsets. But does the company really have a chance at regaining its lost market share? Unlikely.
The Verge came to the same conclusion, saying: "The problem with the Z10 is that it doesn't necessarily do anything better than any of its competition."
My guess is Android will continue gaining market share, iPhone has peaked, and Microsoft Windows Phone 8 will be coming on strong over the next year. (A new Windows Phone is expected from Verizon in April that will be the first serious contender from Microsoft in years.)