The pictures show both the full-touchscreen devices — the BlackBerry 10 L series and N series. They also show a long-awaited BlackBerry 10 phone with a full qwerty keyboard, the UK-based Telegraph reports.
This comes at a time when Canada-based Research In Motion — the parent company — registered a net loss of $235 million for the second quarter this year. However, its sales in India have surged.
BlackBerry phones became popular among high-flying executives due to the push email service, which allows them to access emails just like an SMS.
The company hopes its latest offering — the video of which was posted on video-sharing website Vimeo and images on crackberry.com — will help it regain former glory.