9 new Windows Phone Mango handsets to be announced tomorrow alongside 500 new OS features?

As you may already know by now, Microsoft is going to host an event tomorrow, May 24, when it should officially unveil the next version of its mobile OS: Windows Phone 7.5, aka Windows Phone Mango.

According to WMPowerUser and an “anonymous” source, Microsoft plans to announce about 9 new Windows Phone devices tomorrow.

Reportedly, no less than 4 of those will come from Samsung. Two should be made by HTC, other two by Acer, and one by Dell (this could be the rumored Dell Wrigley).

It’s said that some of Samsung’s new Windows handsets resemble the  Gingerbread-powered Galaxy S II – thus they may be very thin, and have dual-core processors.

As for Windows Phone Mango itself, it looks like it will come with 500 (!) new features – some of which have been already unveiled). All in all, tomorrow should be a big day for Microsoft. Maybe some new Nokia hardware will be announced, too, although I doubt it (since the first Nokia Windows Phone devices won’t be out before the fourth quarter of the year).

Author: Florin

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  • http://www.techendeavour.com Aggarwal Rahul

    The web-based Marketplace will
    let its users select and buy any of those 17,000 apps available on its platform
    on a web browser and can be transferred to their Window phone over the air. The
    option of using SMS in case of non availability of the web marketplace service
    is a smart move from Microsoft thus enabling its users to turn on the
    broadcasted service before even the software is downloaded and installed. Also
    the company expecting the users to install the apps in the background is fair
    enough. Another milestone set by the PC giant and also a challenge for the
    androids is the Multitasking feature on the Mango OS. The prime focus of Mango
    being the is also something to look out for enhanced cloud integration and
    better platform tools for developers is a noteworthy highlight.
     

  • http://www.techendeavour.com Aggarwal Rahul

    The web-based Marketplace will
    let its users select and buy any of those 17,000 apps available on its platform
    on a web browser and can be transferred to their Window phone over the air. The
    option of using SMS in case of non availability of the web marketplace service
    is a smart move from Microsoft thus enabling its users to turn on the
    broadcasted service before even the software is downloaded and installed. Also
    the company expecting the users to install the apps in the background is fair
    enough. Another milestone set by the PC giant and also a challenge for the
    androids is the Multitasking feature on the Mango OS. The prime focus of Mango
    being the is also something to look out for enhanced cloud integration and
    better platform tools for developers is a noteworthy highlight.