“We already have Nokia handsets that run Windows Phone Mango in our labs.”
Unfortunately, no other details about this were given. However, Nokia itself has acknowledged that Mango “is the software that will be used on the first Nokia with Windows Phone device” on its official blog. It didn’t say when exactly this will be released.
(not a real Windows Phone Mango handset, just the Nokia X7 photoshopped)
Since we’ve heard that the first WP-based Nokia handsets would be the W7 and W8, these two may be the ones that are currently in Microsoft’s and Nokia’s labs, running Mango and being prepared for launch. Sure enough, the two companies may also work on handsets that no one heard of until now. We’ll probably find out more official details about this towards the end of the year.
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