Nokia (NOK) has unveiled its first tablet and two large-screen smartphones, or phablets, in what is set to be its last major event before Microsoft (MSFT) completes its takeover of the Finnish company's handset division.
The Lumia 2520 tablet uses Microsoft's Windows 8.1 RT operating system, and has a 10.1 inch screen, 4G LTE capability and 1080p HD resolution. Nokia is due to start selling the device by the end of the year in the U.S., U.K., and Finland for $500.
The Lumia 1520 and 1320 handsets feature 6 inch displays, with the higher-end 1520 also containing four microphones.
Other features include the ability to change the focus of different objects in a photo after it's taken, and a Beamer app that enables the phones to stream the contents of their screens to a separate display.
Nokia has also introduced three new low-end Asha phones.
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