Nokia unveiled its first tablet and his first big-screen smartphones.
The units will be part of the global onslaught Microsoft to become a major player in devices for consumers when making phone business by the Finnish firm.
The tablet Lumia 2520, with Lumia phones 1320 and 1520, among the last products developed by Nokia before it sold its devices unit to Microsoft in a deal that should be sealed in the first quarter of 2014.
Nokia, which became a global leader in mobile phones, came late to the race of advanced devices and has struggled to reach Apple and Samsung, which dominate the increasingly crowded smartphone market with large screens.
The Lumia tablet, which has a 10-inch screen, will also face stiff competition from companies like Apple, which is expected to give iPads released Tuesday thinner and faster.
The devices, both with a six-inch screen, will compete with a multitude of similar devices Samsung.
Analysts say the new products, which will keep the Nokia brand after his move to Microsoft, are priced low enough to attract consumers.
Lumia is expected to begin shipping 2520 in the fourth quarter for about $ 499.
“The tablet has a good design, is a good value proposition,” said Gartner analyst Annette Zimmermann, but expressed doubts that Nokia’s first foray into the tablet market generates billions of dollars in sales.