Earlier we reported that the Mango update for Windows Phone has apparently been rolled out a lot faster than expected, and has apparently been sent out to 50% of Windows Phone users around the world. At the rate they’re going, it looks like Microsoft may not even need four weeks to do a complete rollout as they had initially planned. The bad news is that just like the NoDo update, Samsung users will have to wait before they receive their updates.
Yes, it seems that if you’re an owner of either the Samsung Focus or the Samsung Omnia 7, the update will be delayed for you guys. According to a spokeswoman for T-Mobile, the reason behind the delay for Samsung devices is due to some problems the company is having in an attempt to bring the Mango update onto the Omnia 7 in particular. It’s uncertain if the Focus is facing similar issues.
Other handsets that will not be receiving the update just yet include the HTC Surround, HD7S, LG Quantum and the Dell Venue Pro on AT&T in the US (along with the Samsung Focus). The Samsung Omnia 7 that will not be receiving the update just yet affects users on SFR in France and T-Mobile in Europe.
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