Not Even Remotely Close.

Microsoft’s decision to release the first Mango-enabled OS phone in Japan (as early as September of this year) might have been decided for two reasons: 1) The incentives that Toshiba-Fujitsu provided for / towards the firm; 2) If it does well in Japan (with a well-educated / tech-savvy consumer base it could be a harbinger for how it’ll fair in the US; EU and/or the rest of Asia, etc.)

Clearly, there’s a lot riding on this release. Nevertheless, with a 13.2 megapixel camera; 1 GHz Snap Dragon processor; WVGA touchscreen display and 32 GB of built-in storage the smartphone it is set to be released on has a lot to offer as a device… Now, the OS it’ll be running is another matter entirely…

From TG Daily:

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