Nokia also unveiled a cheaper, mid-range phone, the Lumia 820 (seen here).
It doesn't have the special camera lenses, but it sports exchangeable backs so you can switch colors.
Nokia CEO Stephen Elop said the new phones will go on sale in the fourth quarter in "select markets."
He though didn't say what they would cost.
American investors seem to have expected more specifics, or an earlier launch.
After the announcement, Nokia shares fell 45 cents, or 16 percent, to close Wednesday at $2.38 in New York.
The stock is at its lowest levels since the 1990s.