Nokia unveiled two new Windows Phones yesterday at its New York press launch: the Lumia 920 and Lumia 820. The former is the flagship high-end handset (“the most innovative device in the world” as Nokia put it on-stage). Music took a fairly prominent role, including the Nokia Music app that launched on Tuesday in the US. Nokia showed companion speakers from JBL that can play music from the Lumia phones when tapped – thanks to NFC technology. There’s also an exclusive app from AOL called Entrance by AOL, which will include AOL Music content. The phones looked very impressive, although Nokia wouldn’t give precise launch dates or prices. Earlier yesterday, the company revealed it has only sold 7m Lumia devices so far, so it needs to ramp up in the coming quarters to provide real competition for iPhone and Android.