But with an action-packed event detailing everything from AR tech to wireless charging pads, there was one subject we heard not a single word about from Nokia: tablets.
It's widely accepted that whatever tablet ambitions Nokia had in the days of MeeGo and Symbian were largely dashed when it decided to switch to Windows Phone. With Microsoft's tablet OS, Windows 8, still in development, Nokia's focus was 100% on getting its first smartphones, the Lumia 800 and 710, out the door.
We're almost a year on from that point now, however, Windows Phone 7 has become Windows Phone 8, while the tablet-friendly Windows 8 is now on the brink of launching.
So you'd think that preferential ecosystem partner Nokia would be raring to go with some tabletage, and might even have had a sneaky slate up its sleeve to show off at today's event.
But alas, no. The whole shindig was devoted to Lumia and Windows Phone.
In fact, the only mention of tablets came in the Q&A at the end of the event, when Elop was asked: “Is Nokia developing a Windows 8 or RT tablet?”
Elop's response: “We have not announced any plans to introduce tablet products.”
That's the end of that, then.