Nokia is still hammering out the hardware for its premier Windows Phone, but here's a taste of what the beleaguered phone giant will be adding in the way of exclusive apps. Posted on the Zune marketplace, Top Apps turned up a few days ago and we managed to get a screen grab in case it disappears. It appears to be Nokia's "fun and quick" interpretation of a curated app portal, all pretty similar to the stock Windows Phone offering. Looks like we'll have to wait just a little longer to see exactly how much creative freedom Nokia manages to wring from Microsoft's (previously stringent) Windows Phone UI.


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