Firm plans to launch handsets in high, middle and low levels of market.
Research In Motion has promised that BlackBerry 10 smartphones will launch under various price points.
RIM Chief Marketing Officer Frank Boulben told FierceWireless at CES that the firm plans to offer all "price points" with the new devices scheduled for an announcement at the end of January.
Eventually, the executive said RIM expects to offer BlackBerry 10-powered devices within all levels of the market including high, middle and low. It currently expects to launch at least six new BlackBerry 10 devices during the entirety of 2013.
The Canadian smartphone manufacturer will launch the operating system on January 30, as well as announcing the first BlackBerry 10 smartphones.