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Mango movie shakedown

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The world's first Windows Phone 7.5 has been outed in a fresh video showing a Toshiba-Fujitsu IS12T handset. The OS, better known as Mango, gets a show off its new tricks in this three minute movie.

A couple of days ago, we reported how the IS12T phone would hit Japan this September, with this demo signalling that Mango is on course for its anticipated arrival around the same time.

We've seen glimpses of it already in leaked Nokia videos, but here it is again in greater depth featuring Microsoft's 'release to manufacturer' build. While the text on the phone is in Japanese, the commentary is English which, along with the fairly easily identifiable app icons and tasks, gives a pretty good run-through of the system. ®

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