Windows Phone: Mango is coming in 2 weeks, Where, When, Carriers, Manufacturers [Update]

by HEMANTH KUMAR on September 24, 2011


Microsoft announced two days back in Windows Phone Blog that Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango” will start rolling out in week or two. All existed Windows Phones will get the update, But there is still some control with carriers.

AT&T:According to the news AT&T will start rolling out the Windows Phone 7.5, The Mango update on 27th of September. There are three handsets of AT&T, HTC surround, Samsung Focus v1.3 and LG Quantum are going to get the mango juice on 27th September. HTC HD7S will get in mid October and at last Samsung Focus v1.4 will get the updates.

Dell Venue Pro: Unlocked DVPs, T-Mobile, Bell will get the updates in first schedule. AT&T will be rolled out in next schedule.

O2 Germany & O2 UK: The latest version of Windows Phone 7 is coming in next couple of weeks, tweeted O2 Germany. We have issued release. The online job we leave Microsoft and the manufactures, tweeted by O2 UK.

Orange France: Orange has approved the updated Windows Phone 7.5 for users with Windows Phone. This update will be rolled out gradually in a week or two, tweeted.

Vodafone Australia: The users may get the updates in coming weeks, but no visual voice mail and tethering.

Telstra, Australia: Telstra announced the Mango rollout with in two weeks via twitter.

Deutsche telekom: Mango Rolling out in coming weeks, first HTC handsets then Samsung handsets.

Vodafone Romania: The updates will be on all handsets by the end of October.

Telus, Canda: By end of September the updates will be on handsets.

Bell, Canada: Bell is ready for Mango updates for LG Optimus Quantum and HTC HD7.

SFR, France: SFR is ready for Windows Phone 7.5 update on HTC 7 Trophy.

Update: Deutsche telekom anounced its rolling out Mango on Monday, 26th.

Microsoft already asked developers to release their Updated or New Apps for Mango. When you get Mango updates in your handset its fun to use Windows Phone.

Look at the following videos, If you are not aware of Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango”.

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