RIM is looking to a host of new products to help it recover in 2013, according to details reportedly found in a leaked product roadmap.

The company is set to kick off the year by launching both touch-screen and traditional QWERTY keyboard phones in the first quarter, says blogging site BlackBerryOS.com. The BlackBerry London will be RIM's first touchscreen phone, while the BlackBerry Nevada will carry on with a physical keyboard.