orb3000 · May 11, 2011 at 09:00 am

Mango or Windows Phone 7.5 Unveiling on May 24th

XDA member Peew971 informed us about the unveiling of the upcoming Windows Phone 7.5, codenamed Mango. According to the original note, Mango is supposed to include an HTML5-compliant IE 9 Mobile browser, third-party application multitasking, Twitter and Windows Live Messenger integration, among other features. As for a release date, Microsoft is expected to push the Mango update to existing phone users before the end of this year.
For now, we can only speculate but Microsoft is bound to have more surprises for us this coming May 24 in New York, so stay tuned.

Originally posted by Peew971
Official: Mango Public Unveiling on May 24th

Just under 2 weeks now .

http://www.zdnet.com/blog/microsoft/…/9389

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