RIM Ltd. is at risk of falling below a five per cent share of the global market, RBC Capital Markets said in a research note Monday. RBC analysts Mark Sue and Paul Treiber estimated that RIM will ship 9 million units, down from a consensus prediction of 10.5 million units, in the quarter ending in May. "RIM is resorting to price cuts to boost sell-through, but that may not be enough to stem the tide, in our view," the RBC research note said. It said RIM's upcoming BlackBerry 10 devices will get interest from "core Blackberry fans in North America" and predicted a lack of apps offered by RIM will leave consumers uninterested. RIM is expected to display BlackBerry 10 prototypes at its developer conference Orlando, Fla., this week.