Samsung Electronics will unveil its very own application store on Sept. 14.
For now, the U.K., France and Italy will gain access to more than 300 native apps at the virtual storefront’s debut.
Those providing content for the initial offering include Electronic Arts, Gameloft, Handmark, and Capcom, to name a few.
From an initial batch of three hundred, Samsung hopes to push its inventory up to more than 2,000 apps by the end of this year – mostly spanning in nature from ebooks to social networking.
In July, Samsung revealed the Application Seller Site portal, where developers and content providers can access, promote, and sell their Symbian and Windows Mobile applications in the app store that will launch in two weeks. (Developers can become members of the site for $1).
According to the official word from Samsung, Application Store availability will initially be restricted to Omnia and I8910 HD devices.