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Windows Phone Mango launching in Taiwan on the 16th?

We're expecting lots of news on Mango in the next few days (see Australia earlier) and now it looks like Taiwan may be tasting the fruit soon as well.

According to the site Mobile01 (which sounds like a Gundam Wing, sorry, geek spaz), folks at Microsoft TechDays Taiwan 2011 revealed that September 16th would be the day for release in Taiwan. What's not clear is whether this will be done via Zune or, as some are suggesting over there, users will have to bring their phones to certain shops to be flashed in person--certainly unorthodox, but seeing as Windows Phone infrastructure is still new in Taiwan, perhaps not unrealistic.  Luckily this rumor will be proven true or false within two days--so it'll be interesting to see what happens.

Source: Mobile01; via We Love Windows Phone HK

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Windows Phone Mango launching in Taiwan on the 16th?

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according to the paragraph on top of the picture, it's because of language support that they are not pushing this through zune.. i guess they want to make sure they don't mess this one up