Nokia Corp.'s new flagship phone is the Lumia 920, which runs Windows Phone 8.
The lenses on its camera shift to compensate for shaky hands, resulting in sharper images in low light and smoother video capture, Nokia said.
It can also be charged without being plugged in; the user just places it on a wireless charging pod.
Nokia also unveiled a cheaper, mid-range phone, the Lumia 820 this year.
It doesn't have the special camera lenses, but it sports exchangeable backs so you can switch colors.
Image: The features of the Nokia Lumia 920, which Nokia says 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.