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Windows Phone 7 Mango Release Date Discussed by Mobile Gamers

Aug 13, 2011

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WP7 Mango release

Windows gambling fans are delighted by the latest rumors that Windows Phone 7 Mango update is to be released on September 1.

Windows Phone 7 Mango update is already undergoing heavy testing at major manufacturers. Mobile casinos fans will be able to enjoy the update as early as September 1. This will be the first big update since NoDo was released.

Windows mobile gambling fans may still remember that the NoDo release didn’t go too smooth. Microsoft hopes that this time around everything will go as planned and the much anticipated OS upgrade will run as clockwork. The rumors suggest that September 1 date is chosen as it precedes the major consumer electronics show in Berlin, IFA, held from Sep 2-7.

Nokia is supposed to release its first WP7 powered device later this year. It’s codenamed Sea Ray, and should be launched with Mango update preinstalled. Read more in our (Nokia Sea Ray with WP7 Release Date is Guessed by Mobile Gamers) article.

The WP7 Mango promises improved functionality including multitasking and is supposed to put WP7 on the same line as Android and iOS. Well, good luck, Mr. Gates, with that. However, some improvements are destined to reach WP7 users, especially smooth running of mobile casino games.

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  • GamblerPro

    lol, good luck catching up with Android and Apple

  • guest

    You must be stuck in a casino or your head is in the sand.

    It won’t need to catch up.  WP7 is the launch pad and you will within 12 months have a unified windows 8 package that works across all devices – ie w8 is switchable between traditional desktop and metro touch for devices along with wp8 for phones.  The licnece will grant you a 1-1 in other words you get a desktop plus a laptop/tablet licence.  Unificaiton will win, not 2 million useless fart apps.

    I’ll give you an example, I have a 3G/WiFi ipad 2 which I generally used in meetings, I have every word esq, app there is, but there isnt an app that allows me to track and accept changes in documents.  It makes it useless as a business tool for my industry. I’ve reverted to taking my MacAir into meetings as I need Office to track changes (I prefer it over pages). I use the wonderfull NY Times app to read the news on it now, and its the remote for my home theatre when I can’t find the remote.  It’s usefullness is limited to me if I can’t work with it.

    Windows 8 solves this, I get a tablet with a FULL version of Office and it’s also an extention of my desktop, ie I log into it in a corporate enviornmnet so I have access not only to all of my doucments but can edit, track, review, compare, print to pdf etc, that’s a better alternate than anything in the market and the market is driven by a resistence to change, ie 87% of all users worldwide use a version of Windows (7% use Apple products, Google doesn’t even rate) that is as of July this year.  That is even higher in the corporate world.

    If you think this is just about phones you are sadly mistaken.  As of this year Microsoft no longer have their 10 year anti-trust restrictions.  You wait and see what happens in cross pollination of their OS now even moreso if their Bing deal with Apple goes through.  They pulled WP7 in two years from scratch and Windows 8 is already in a form to be released in beta and will come shortly.  I would suggest you will see tablets early next year that will rock the market.

    Also – it doesn’t interest me but you get xbox on all platforms and the associated entertainment options that this provides.  I don’t use it but there are enough xbox users that I am sure would be interested in a tablet that runs their xbox games with game saves in their cloud account.  This is something that neither Apple or Google can at this point compete with.  Sony maybe if it cut a deal with Google and continued playstation phone development into the tablet arena on Android, this leaves apple with who knows what.