Nokia’s much awaited Windows Phone could be based on the new Mango operating system developed by Microsoft.
Mango, as code named by Microsoft, probably is an updated version of Windows, to be specific it is the Windows Phone 7.5.
Nokia had earlier said that it is leaving the Symbian platform in favour of Windows Phone.
Meanwhile, Microsoft has been trying to quickly add features for which users have been demanding for a long time. The company is coming up with features such as copy and paste (in a small update) as well as multi-tasking in the forthcoming update of Windows Phone 7 later this year.
In the multi-tasking feature, the users see a horizontal listing of recently-used apps which they can choose as per their requirement. The Internet Explorer 9 browser with HTML5 and Twitter support (in the People hub) are other features being awaited keenly.