Nokia World 2013 is almost over and the main announcements have all been made. You've got the new Lumia 1520, Lumia 1320 and Lumia 2520 that offer unique new experiences for consumers. Windows Phone finally sees its first 6-inch smartphone, while Nokia attempts to tap into the Windows RT 8.1 market with its first Windows 8 tablet.
We live blogged the initial announcements, so be sure to head on over and check our coverage through the demonstrations. Nokia World was then a case of grabbing as many photos and hands-on footage as possible. There was a lot to cover (it was our largest day yet), but fear not if it all got a bit too much. In case you somehow managed to miss out on some of the stories, here's a quick run through:
- Nokia announces the Lumia 1520, a 6-inch display with full 1080p display
- Hands-on video and photos of the giant Nokia Lumia 1520
- A supersized face-off: The Nokia Lumia 1520 against the Galaxy Note 3 and Xperia Z Ultra
- Nokia Lumia 1520 available for pre-order in Russia
- How good is it? Nokia Lumia 1520 camera samples
- AT&T to snatch the Lumia 1520 as a US exclusive; also stocking the Lumia 2520
- Nokia Lumia 1520 and Asha series already showing as 'coming soon' in India
- Nokia officially announces the Lumia 2520, their first Windows tablet
- Hands on and first impressions of the Nokia Lumia 2520 Tablet
- Hands on with the Nokia Lumia 2520 keyboard case
- The special edition Nokia Music app for the Lumia 2520 video tour
- Video of the Windows 8 version of HERE Maps for the Nokia Lumia 2520
- Hallelujah! Instagram is officially coming to Windows Phone in the "coming weeks"
- Nokia announces StoryTeller app to organize your photo memories
- Glad Instagram is coming to Windows Phone? There's more where that came from as more apps join the list
- Flipboard is finally coming to Windows Phone 8
- Nokia announces Temple Run 2, CamScanner, Goal Live Scores, phriz.be, Rail Rush, SophieLensHD for Windows Phone
- Nokia announces InNote and Papyrus, two note-taking applications for your next phablet
- Prepare your recorded clips as the official Vine client for Windows Phone is coming soon
- SophieLens Pro updated with HD support, transforms into SophieLens HD
- Xbox Video coming soon to Windows Phone? Check!
- Hands on look at the new Nokia Storyteller application for Windows Phone
- Game developer Miniclip releases super addicting Rail Rush for the Nokia Collection
- Nokia launches HERE Explore to help you find new places
- New Nokia Lumia 2520, 1520, 1320 forums now open!
- Nokia expanding its Music service to new markets and hardware
- Nokia announces Refocus app and RAW support for PureView devices
- Nokia Camera now available, combines Pro Cam and Smart Cam into one photo app
- Quick look at the Nokia DC-50 Qi portable charging plate
- Nokia to add more content to the Glance Screen in Lumia Black update
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