IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR NOKIA - Kevin Shields, Nokia senior vice president, walks through the features of the Nokia Lumia 920, which includes a camera with the ability to capture five times more light than competing smartphones and imaging apps that allow consumers to take professional quality photos and video, at a press event in New York, Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2012. The Lumia 920 is Nokia's flagship Windows Phone 8 smartphone and features integrated wireless charging and a suite of location-based apps for personalized mapping and navigation. (Photo by Diane Bondareff/Invision for Nokia/AP Images)
Updated: September 5, 2012 2:57PM
NEW YORK — Nokia is revealing its first smartphones to run the next version of Windows, doubling down on its bet that an alliance with Microsoft can pull the company out of a deep sales swoon.
Nokia’s new flagship phone is the Lumia 920. It has a “PureView” camera. Nokia says its lenses shift to compensate for shaky hands, resulting in sharper images in low light and smoother video capture.
Nokia Corp. is revealing the new phones in New York. The American market is a trendsetter, but Nokia has been nearly absent from it in the last few years. One of CEO Stephen Elop’s goals is to recapture the attention of the U.S. shopper.
The price and availability date of the new phones weren’t immediately available.