According to tipsters for ZD Net, included in the upgrade will be IE Mobile 9. Current Windows Phone 7 handsets are equipped with a browser that combines IE Mobile 7 with part of IE Mobile 8. "Mango" will bring IE Mobile 9 to Windows Phone 7 devices, and through the browser will come support for HTML5.
Before this major software upgrade becomes available, this March Microsoft is expected to bring out the "NoDo" upgrade which will add "copy and paste" functionality to the platform among other things. Other features soon to be added include Multi-tasking for third party apps and integration of Twiiter into the People Hub. Whether this will be part of a separate update in between "NoDo" and "Mango" is not known.
Besides discussing software, there is some speculation that Microsoft will use the MWC to announce a new set of hardware requirements for Windows Phone 7.
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source: ZDNet via Gizmodo