We recently reported
that an unnamed software development company had passed along the word that Windows Phone Mango was being delayed until September 15th. That was a couple of weeks ago, and the September 15th date now dovetails with a story that was "broadcast" today on the Windows Phone Dev Podcast. The pair behind the podcast, Lewis and Ryan Lowdermilk, passed along the word that they had heard from various sources, which is that Windows Phone Mango is expected to drop sometime this week
with current Windows Phone 7 users receiving an update, and final tools will be dropping for developers.
The Lowdermilks have a good track record, being the first to leak screenshots of Mango and have correctly predicted the dates of Mango developer betas in the past. We also should not forget the recent introduction of a pair of Windows Phone Mango flavored handsets
, the HTC Titan
, and the HTC Radar
. All of the pieces are fitting together for what could be a fabulous week for Windows Phone 7 users.