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Nokia Shows Larger Lumias to Help Microsoft Wireless Push

Nokia Oyj, in its first product introduction since agreeing to sell its handset business to Microsoft Corp., showed a tablet and smartphones that give a glimpse of how the merged businesses will try to revive demand.

The Lumia 2520, Nokia’s first tablet, runs Microsoft’s Windows RT 8.1 software and has a 10.1-inch display. It costs $499 before taxes and carrier subsidies and will start selling this quarter, initially in the U.K., Finland and the U.S. by carriers including AT&T Inc. Nokia also showed two smartphones with six-inch screens, a category often dubbed phablets.