Microsoft Undecided On Mango's Real Name
May 24, 2011, 1:29 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Microsoft representative Greg Sullivan told Phone Scoop that the company has yet to decide what to call the next version of Windows Phone 7. The "Mango" name is a code name only, and won't apply to the final product. Sullivan explained that at first the company thought the next version would be WP7.1, but now thinks there are too many features for a .1 update. The company is still debating internally what number version it will use to refer to Mango once it is released. Microsoft did clarify that the new Windows Phone 7 Software Developer Kit — made available today — will be referred to as the 7.1 SDK. The 7.1 in this case refers to the SDK only.
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