Its website is still showing a Coming Soon page for us, but the Wall Street Journal
is reporting via Hong Kong -- China Mobile's hometown -- that the world's largest carrier's app store is now live. The service, which offers the usual array of apps and media that you'd expect of any self-respecting fee-based carrier content deck, is said to support some ten handsets out of the gate from Nokia, Samsung, and LG. Mysteriously missing from that list is anything that'd be running OMS
, though we suppose that makes sense since the first OPhones aren't coming to market in an official capacity until next month.