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RIM tweets planned BlackBerry 7 unveiling

Handset maker promises that on Tuesday it will provide details on devices featuring the company's new operating system.

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Research In Motion promises to give more details about devices featuring the BlackBerry 7 operating system tomorrow.

RIM announced on its official Twitter feed that it would release details tomorrow of forthcoming devices featuring the company's new operating system:

You got it! New #BlackBerry devices are coming w/ our new OS, BlackBerry 7! Check back tmrw 4 deets on #BB7FanNight. ^CH

RIM unveiled its BlackBerry 7 OS at its annual BlackBerry World conference in May. The revamped mobile OS promises easier navigation through its Liquid Graphics interface, as well as faster, richer graphics performance and browsing. The latter is enabled by a revamped BlackBerry browser that includes a just-in-time JavaScript compiler and HTML 5 video support.

BlackBerry 7 OS also brings support for new technologies, including NFC (near-field communications) and augmented reality applications. Voice-enabled search and 720p HD video recording also make their debut on the new OS.

CNET's Bonnie Cha contributed to this report.