During the BlackBerry year-end and Q4 FY 2015 earnings call, CEO John Chen broke down the report a little further.

In the report, BlackBerry announced during the fourth quarter, they recognized hardware revenue on approximately 1.3 million BlackBerry smartphones.

Approximately 1.6 million BlackBerry smartphones were sold through to end customers, with an ASP of $211 compared to $180 in the previous quarter.

During the call, Chen revealed that 90 percent of the devices sold were BlackBerry 10 smartphones.

Additionally, Chen announced that there were no longer any inventory of legacy devices.

“Our focus this past year was on getting our financial house in order while creating a multi-year growth strategy and investing in our product portfolio. We now have a very good handle on our margins, and our product roadmaps have been well received,” said Executive Chairman and CEO John Chen. “The second half of our turnaround focuses on stabilization of revenue with sustainable profitability and cash generation.”

*UPDATE* – Chen further clarified the data, with the 90 percent consisting of the Passport and Classic.