The device you are seeing above seems to be the BlackBerry London, the all-touch device that the company will first release around February. RIM is also expected to bring a traditional, Bold-like BlackBerry with a physical keyboard.
On the image of the upcoming London above you can clearly see the camera and the flash, along with the huge BlackBerry logo in the bottom.
"Re-designed. Re-engineered. Re-invented." That’s what RIM is promising us with the big BlackBerry 10, but we are yet to see how the new platform will fit in the Android-iOS duopoly that the market has become.