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For those with more modest budgets, there's the 1320 — a similarly sized, but more modestly specced, six-inch phablet.
The camera's been scaled down to five-megapixels, both RAM and storage are halved, the screen's HD, and there's a 1.7Ghz Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor doing the grunt work.
Known as the Lumia 2520, Nokia's first tablet also broke cover at the Abu Dhabi event.
It's a 10.1-inch slate, powered by Windows 8.1 RT, powered by a 2.2Ghz quad-core Snapdragon 800 chip.
There's battery life of around 10 hours, according to Nokia, and 32GB of storage.
As well as updating its Windows Phone powered Lumia range, Nokia also added some new Asha handsets to its lower-end lineup.
Among there were the Asha 500, Nokia's cheapest touchscreen to date. The three-inch display handset is a 2G device, with a two-megapixel camera.
There's a bump up in specs with the 502 (pictured above) a dual SIM handset with a five-megapixel snapper with a flash.
Like the 500, the 502 has what Nokia calls the 'ice design' – a clear Perspex outer shell.