The manufacturer is expected to officially launch the operating system with the release of two devices in three weeks time, but has pledged to release at least four more in 2013.
"We intend over time as we transition the portfolio to have a full range of devices," RIM marketing executive Frank Boulben told PhoneArena at CES 2013.
Boulben went on to say that at least six BB10 devices will be released during the course of the year, available on 150 carriers throughout the world.
A full touchscreen BB10 handset dubbed the BlackBerry Z10 was previously leaked, along with the QWERTY keyboard-touting BlackBerry X10.
RIM will officially launch BlackBerry 10 on January 30.
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