RIM is set to release new details on its new line of BlackBerry OS 7 phones on Tuesday, according to a tweet by the company.
Last night RIM's BlackBerry Twitter account tweeted, "New #BlackBerry devices are coming w/ our new OS, BlackBerry 7! Check back tmrw 4 deets."
RIM has already leaked images and details with its 9930 model in May, but it appears first looks at the Torch 2 could also come on Tuesday.
The news comes a day after the company announced upcoming layoffs of 2,000 employees, ahead of likely bad earnings numbers. The BlackBerry maker has been plagued by delays in releasing its products, as competitors Apple and Google took over the market.
Recent numbers show that BlackBerry has slipped to third in the smartphone market, behind the Google Android and Apple iPhone. Additionally a recent survey showed that an all-time low number of people even want a BlackBerry anymore.
This has caused one analyst to encourage the company to split, while other analysts have leaned on the company to dump its current co-CEO management set-up.
But the Canadian-based company is hoping that its new line of BlackBerrys, with a new operating system, will finally get the company back on track. Earlier in the month, RIM co-CEO Mike Lazaridis announced that the company would release seven new BlackBerry phones over the course of the next year.
"It may have delayed us, but we are going to come out ahead," RIM co-CEO Mike Lazaridis said about the new phones.
At 10:12 a.m. RIM shares were up 47 cents, or 1.76 percent, in reaction to the news.