Nokia has unveiled its first smartphones powered by the Windows Phone 8 platform.
The company showed off its new wares at the Nokia World event in New York.
Nokia took the wraps off of its Lumia 920, featuring the firm's cutting-edge PureView camera technology, The Verge reported.
The Lumia 920 also features a "PureMotion HD+" screen, measuring at 4.5-inches and featuring a similar curved-glass design to the Lumia 800.
The screen features a WXGA design, meaning it's at a higher resolution than 720p, according to Nokia. The phone can also be used with gloves thanks to the increased screen sensitivity.
The handset is powered by a dual-core Snapdragon S4 processor, while a 2000MaH battery keeps the phone juiced up.
Nokia also unveiled a second new handset, the Lumia 820.
The second handset features a microSD card slot, NFC chip and 1650MaH battery.
Users can charge their devices wirelessly thanks to an included charging pad. Nokia has also teamed up with Virgin Atlantic and several retailers to integrate charging pads.