Excited About Windows Phone 7 Mango Yet? You Should Be!

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Microsoft Windows Phone 7 Mango is expected to become available for consumers this fall, but some folks are unsure why anyone should be excited about Mango? After all, it's just an update for Windows Phone 7, right? Don't be so quick to brush Mango off!

The Mango update is major, including over 500 new features, all focused on improving multitasking, providing more dynamic info, and allowing apps and the OS to work in conjunction more effectively. To accommodate such radical changes, device manufacturers have had to step up their game with increased power and processing speed.

Microsoft Windows Phone 7 Mango is expected to become available for consumers this fall, but some folks are unsure why anyone should be excited about Mango? After all, it's just an update for Windows Phone 7, right? Don't be so quick to brush Mango off!

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