Nokia has revealed its first phablets and its first tablet at an event in Abu Dhabi.
The Windows Phone OS phablets feature the capability to change which objects in a photo are in focus after it has been taken, while the Windows RT tablet has a 4G data chip, which Microsoft's Surface 2 lacks.
Microsoft bought Nokia for $7.2bn (£5.4bn) last month, and Nokia will also license its patents and mapping services to the computer giant, which has struggled to enter the mobile devices market, which has been dominated by Apple and Google.
The deal will be voted on by Nokia shareholders in November.
Nokia World in Abu Dhabi is likely to be the handset manufacturer's last major event before the sale goes through.
Its phablets, the Lumia 1520 and Lumia 1320, feature 6in displays, meaning more apps can be included on the screen than previous devices, while Nokia claims it will also make it easier to use the touchscreen keyboards.
Four microphones included in the 1520 would also benefit those hoping to make sound recordings, said the firm.
New app Beamer means the phones can stream the content of their screens onto a web browser on another display via Nokia's servers, and another app, Refocus, allows users to choose which objects in a photo should appear focused after the picture has been taken.
Its tablet, the Lumia 2520, is Nokia's first Windows RT device, and runs on an ARM-based chip giving it superior battery life to the Windows 8 OS, as well as supporting an optional extra in the form of a 4G sim card.
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