The new phones will be the first that BlackBerry has brought to the market since May 2012

RIM to release six BlackBerry 10 handsets in 2013

RIM has announced that it will release six new handsets over the next 12 months, in a bid to cover all areas of the mobile market.

With the BlackBerry 10 launch now just a number of weeks away, the handsets will all run on the new operating system.

Details of the devices are expected to be announced in full at the BlackBerry 10 press conference on January 30th, but for now it’s safe to say the range will cover low, medium and high-end mobile options.

Rumours surfacing on the Internet have suggested that one of the devices will be labelled as the Z10, featuring a full touch screen, while unconfirmed reports also tell of a device branded as the X10, featuring BlackBerry’s QWERTY keyboard.

The new devices will be the first that BlackBerry has brought to the market since the Curve 9320 in May 2012.

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