The BlackBerry Priv might not be as successful as the struggling Canadian firm might have hoped, but if rumors are to be believed, it would seem like the once-great smartphone maker is about to initiate one more last-ditch effort to try and save its smartphone business. It's answer, three notable Android-powered devices across three quarters.

If BlackBerry does manage to pull this off, it would most likely be able to continue producing smartphones for its loyal fans. Indeed, even after the company experienced tribulations due to weak sales, it still enjoys a very massive and extremely loyal fanbase. If any, it would seem like a decent number of people still believe that BlackBerry is not yet ready to sing its Swan Song just yet.

According to the source of the rumor, who as opted to remain anonymous, BlackBerry's latest effort would comprise three powerful handsets that are very competitively priced against the competition. Code named Neon, Argon and Mercury, these three phones practically hold the future of BlackBerry.

Judging by the fact that the devices are rumored to be aggressively priced, it would seem like BlackBerry has learned its lesson from the relatively weak sales of the Priv. When the Priv was launched, critics and users lauded the device for its performance and features. There was only one problem - the device was extremely expensive.

The first smartphone that is said to be introduced to the market is allegedly the Neon, which is, among the three, the entry-level to mid-range devices. Being the budget smartphone among the three, it is actually pretty well specced, with a 5.2-inch 1080p display, 3GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 617, as well as 13MP rear and 8PM front cameras.  

The second smartphone, the Argon, seems to be the successor to the Priv and is arguably the most powerful smartphone in the group. It is equipped with a 5.5-inch QHD display, a Snapdragon 820 CPU, 4GB of RAM and a massive 21MP main camera.

Lastly, there's the Mercury, which is a device that features a physical keyboard. Unlike the Priv, however, the keyboard of the Mercury would not have a slide-out feature. It would be equipped with a 4.5-inch 1080p display, a Snapdragon 625 GPU, 3GB of RAM and an 18MP main camera.

The prices of the three devices have not been leaked as of writing. However, based on consumer and critical feedback from the Priv, it is speculated that the three upcoming handsets would be priced very aggressively.