Word comes from the guys over at wpcentral, which were told that those willing to take Mango for a spin can simply bring their handset over to the Device Lab on the Bellevue campus and have the software manually installed on their device. Sure, this information still belongs to the realm of rumors right now, but if the tip turns out to be on the right track, something tells us that a pretty big cue is forming in front of Microsoft's labs right now.
With its 500+ new features and improvements, the Mango update is anticipated by pretty much all Windows Phone 7 enthusiasts out there and it is only a matter of time until it is pushed to the public. Since the first device to pack WP7 Mango out of the box is already out, it is pretty certain that the guys at Microsoft's camp have a final version of the software on their hands, which makes the rumor sound pretty credible.
If anyone has been lucky enough to be among the first to try the final version of the Mango update first hand, feel free to brag about it by leaving a comment below.