Nokia to Launch New Phones, Tablet

Nokia Corp. plans to unveil six new mobile devices including its first tablet at an October event in Abu Dhabi, representing its first major product launch since announcing a deal to sell its devices unit to Microsoft Corp., according to people familiar with the plan.

The product blitz to be unveiled in Abu Dhabi Oct. 22, will include several Lumia smart devices that run Microsoft’s Windows phone platform, and lower-end devices based on Nokia’s S40 software, these people said. Nokia’s first tablet device will also debut, and will run Windows 8 software.

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