Ovi-Store_403.jpgReuters reports that Nokia already has “thousands” of content providers and application developers signed up to offer their wares on the Ovi store.

Set to open its virtual doors early next month, Ovi is Nokia’s answer to Apple’s iTunes App Store. And, according to mocoNews, when those doors open, the store will host a slew of original content along with all those third-party applications. Nokia has reportedly even inked a deal with Heroes creator Tim Kring to produce some of the original programming.