Microsoft Pushing Mango to More Phones Today
Oct 3, 2011, 3:58 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Microsoft today indicated that the first wave of Mango system updates have been delivered successfully to Windows Phone 7 devices via most carriers around the world. Microsoft is so pleased with the success of the system updates that it is speeding up the availability of the update, which will become available to 50% of all WP7 devices starting immediately. The remaining percentage of users will have access to the update soon. Microsoft was sure to say that the updates are pushed out randomly, and are not sent out in any sort of preferred order.
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