BlackBerry Ltd. did not provide figures on smartphone sales for its third fiscal quarter, leaving it undisclosed how well its first smartphones to run on Android software are selling. The Canadian smartphone-maker and mobile-services provider said in a press release Friday that revenue in the three months ended on Nov. 28 was $548 million US, down 30.9 per cent from $793 million US a year earlier. Its net loss for the quarter was $89 million US, down from $148 million US one year earlier. The company broke away from its past practice of disclosing the number of BlackBerry smartphones it recognized hardware revenue on in the quarter. It reported this figure was 800,000 in the second quarter, and it was two million in the previous year's third quarter. It did, on Friday, acknowledge the release of the Priv last month, the first BlackBerry to run on Google Inc.'s Android operating system instead of BlackBerry's own software. BlackBerry said the proportion of its revenue — when excluding effects of a writedown related to deferred revenue associated with recent acquisitions — coming from software was 29 per cent, 31 per cent came from service access fees, and 40 per cent from hardware and "other revenue." It said 70 per cent of its software revenue was recurring and that it gained 2,713 new enterprise customers during the quarter.