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Nokia's Stephen Elop defends move into tablet market

22 October 2013 Last updated at 21:36 BST

The former Chief Executive of Nokia, Stephen Elop, has defended the company's move into the tablet market, as it unveils its new devices.

He resigned as Chief Executive when it was announced that the Finnish firm would sell its hardware unit to Microsoft.

He is now Nokia's head of Devices and Services.

Jonathan Frewin spoke to him at the firm's technology gathering in Abu Dhabi.

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