Nokia announced Tuesday a slew of new, colorful mobile devices at the Nokia World event in Abu Dhabi. These include a high-end 6-inch smartphone known as the Lumia 1520, Lumia 1320 "phablet," Nokia's first Lumia 2520 tablet and three budget Asha phones that target developing markets.
With its 6-inch, 1080p full HD display, the 1520 is one of the largest top-tier smartphones in the Lumia family. Inside its glossy design (which measures 8.6mm thin) is a powerful 2.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snadragon 800 processor and a 3,400mAh battery that has a reported usage time of eight to 10 hours.
Sporting a 20-megapixel camera, the 1520 is also souped up with a backside illuminated sensor for low-light photos, as well as several photo editing options from Nokia.
- Nokia Lumia 1520: Bright, bold, and big
- Nokia Lumia 1320: The budget-friendly phablet
- Nokia Lumia 2520: The first Lumia tablet
The 1520 runs the Windows Phone OS, and in conjunction with the increase in screen real estate, the device offers users a three-column layout for its Live Tiles menu.
Users can nab the handset for $749 unsubsidized, and while no official U.S. carrier has been announced. Although the 1320 boasts a 6-inch screen like the 1520, Nokia stripped down its core components for consumers who value a lower cost than high-end specs.
Such changes include a less luxurious matte polycarbonate finish, a 720p HD screen, and a 1.7GHz dual-core processor. The 1320 has 8GB of internal storage (compared with to the 1520's 32GB chunk of memory), and a 5-megapixel camera. The 3,400mAh battery spec, however, has remained unchanged. The 1320 has a retail price of $339, which is nearly $400 less than the 1520.
As Nokia's inaugural tablet, the 2520 is thin, solid and stylish. Flaunting a smooth unibody design with a subtly curved back, the device has a 10.1-inch display with full 1080p resolution, 650 nits of brightness and 218ppi. The 2520 comes in red, black, white and cyan; and has both Wi-Fi and 4G LTE capabilities.
Inside the Windows 8.1 RT device is a Snapdragon 800 processor and a 8,000mAh battery. Nokia will also sell a $149 power keyboard accessory that adds five additional hours of usage time to the tablet's battery.
In addition to the Lumias, Nokia rolled out three new phones from its Asha line of compact, competitively priced handsets. The 500, 502 and 503 feature 2G and 3G connectivity, as well as a unique clear plastic encasing. In addition, the 502 and 503 sport 5-megapixel cameras, 3-inch screens and dual-SIM capabilities.
Priced between $70-$100, the devices won't be coming to the United States. Instead, they will be released in emerging markets across the globe.
A version of this article originally appeared on CNET.