We now know why Noki didn’t announce any release dates for its first Windows Phone 8 devices: Because Microsoft still doesn’t know exactly when Windows Phone 8 will be ready. The Verge reports that while Microsoft had wanted to release Windows Phone 8 ahead of its Windows 8 operating system this October, the company has now had to rearrange its schedule a bit because it is unsure of whether or not the smartphone OS will be done on time. As of right now, The Verge says Microsoft will most likely release Windows Phone 8 on October 29th, the same day it releases its other Windows 8 operating systems. Read the full story at Boy Genius Report.
Microsoft reportedly racing to make sure Windows Phone 8 comes out on time
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