RIM CEO Thorsten Heins introduced the system and claimed that the platform represented "a new day in the history of Blackberry."
The company's new ticker symbol will be BBRY.
"We have transformed ourselves inside and out," Heins said. "That's why I am happy to announce we are now Blackberry."
RIM has a lot riding on the success of the platform. The company is basically starting over with its new operating system and has stiff competition from Apple, Google's Android platform and now Microsoft's Window Phone.
RIM is going to release two variations of the Blackberry 10 at first. The Blackberry Z10 will be a touch-screen model and the Q10 will feature a keyboard and laso have touch-screen capabilities.
One of the key new features, though, doesn't necessarily lie in the hardware, but in the software.
RIM is aiming to lure the the enterprise market back with its business centered software called Blackberry Balance that enables work data and apps to be segregated on the smartphone from the users' personal saved data.
The company also showed off its Blackberry Hub feature, which essentially enables easier messaging and easier access to multiple apps.
Another new feature demoed was of Blackberry Remember which helps users set alerts,