Nokia and Microsoft took the wraps off Nokia's newest feature-packed, Windows Phone 8 smartphones. The company hopes to beat iPhone 5 to the punch. The company hopes to get a head start on the iPhone 5, which is expected to be introduced next week. But will Apple and Google kill any buzz created by Windows Phone 8 this week?
Here are a look at some of the highlights of the two new phones - the Nokia 820 and the Nokia 920.
The Nokia 920 sports optical image stabilization and a Carl Zeuss lens designed to capture blur-free photos in low light.
The Nokia 920 features the HD+ PureMotion display that Nokia says will bring a colorful screen and a sensitive touchscreen.
The Nokia 920 contains an 8.7 megapixel camera with a 4.5 inch display size and promises up to 10 hours of 3G talk time.
The City Lens will identify important landmarks.
Both new phones sport wireless charging. Nokia hopes that its new feature will pay off in sales.
Skydrive sychs all Windows apps, music, photos and files.
Nokia music lets you stream files for free.
The Nokia 820 comes with SmartShoot will take a whole series of photos and merge them into one happy picture. It sports an 8-megapixel camera with a Carl Zeiss Tessar lens. Its display size is 4.4 inches and promises 8 hours of 3G talk time.
Nokia's Live Tiles changes the tiles on your home screen.
The City Lens also available on the Nokia 820 brings up features and places to go.