Including an advanced Groupon app the set will have exclusive apps like ESPN Hub, PGA Tour and AOL Entertainment Hub apps and so on.
Moreover, to offer a better version of smartphones Nokia is going to make a deal with Rovio, maker of the Angry Birds.
Chief executive of Rovio Mikael Hed has confirmed the news saying “Nokia is one of our longest-standing partners, and Windows Phone and Lumia are of strategic importance to Rovio.”
“We are very committed to bring our games to Lumia devices, and are looking forward to delighting our fans on the Windows Phone platform,” he added.
In a news release Crawford Del Prete, IDC chief research officer said that the device of Nokia Corporation was expanding in new markets with these new apps.
“With new and exclusive apps launching on a regular basis, and Nokia Lumia rapidly expanding into new markets, Nokia and Microsoft are demonstrating meaningful differentiation for consumers, developers, operators and retailers,” he added.