Nokia held Nokia World today where it is launched new Lumia smartphones and a tablet. You could get live video coverage of the press event right here - and now you can watch a replay. Click the video player above to make it pop out and go full screen. And stay tuned to PC Advisor as we bring you the best analysis of Nokia's new phones: Nokia Lumia 1520 release date, price and specs.

Here's what we said before the event:

Nokia World is being held in Abu Dhabi at 11am which means it will start at 8am UK time today, 22 October. Bookmark this page for the morning and get all the news about new products as it happens.

Microsoft is in the process of acquiring Nokia's phone business so what's Nokia got in store for its last solo hurrah? Well rumours suggest that the Finnish phone maker will be unveiling six new devices including Lumia and smartphones, plus a tablet. It's also likely the firm will announce some new accessories.

What are these devices? Well according to the rumour mill, the star of the show will be the Lumia 1520, codenamed 'Bandit' – a 6 in Full HD smartphone with a quad-core processor and a 20 Mp PureView camera. Some of which are new features to Windows Phone 8 thanks to the recent update.

Nokia Lumia 1520

The other big device, in both senses of the word, will be the Lumia 2520, a Windows RT 8.1-based tablet. It's thought to have a 10.1 in screen, quad-core processor and built-in 4G LTE support. See also: Nokia to launch a Windows RT tablet.

Nokia 2520 Windows 8.1 tablet

Heading to the mid-range and Nokia is thought to be announcing the Lumia 1320, codenamed 'batman'. It will be a big phone but not Full HD and come with a 5 Mp rear camera. Other devices include the Lumia 929, Lumia 525 and Asha handsets.

Accessories for all these shiny new devices will include a Treasure Tag, which will allow you to track things like keys which are attached to it. Leaked images show a Nokia Guru which is thought to be a wireless headset style gadget with NFC built-in.

Nokia Guru

Whatever Nokia does announce, you'll be able to see it here live. The video stream will appear at the top when it is available.

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