About one week ago, we told you that Nokia might be unveiling its own app store at MWC 2009.
Sure, there are little details about it for now, but it’s good to know that Symbian users will finally have a place where they can find a myriad of applications, just like iPhone users can find via Apple’s App Store.
Apart from the new applications store (its name is not known yet), Nokia will surely showcase new handsets at MWC 2009, one of them being the E75. We’ll see soon what the other ones are and, hopefully, Nokia will come with more than just a mid-end QWERTY-equipped Eseries smartphone (this being the E75, of course).
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