Rumour: Windows Phone team's vacations cancelled, working on WP8 day and night
July 23, 2012 at 22:56 GMT | By Darlington Moyo
Here is another one of them that need a spoonful of the sodium stuff to help ingesting. According to Insideris.com, Windows Phone 8 is far from finished and Microsoft has halted the team's vacations. Quoting "friends of friends" that work for the Redmond giant, Insideris claims Microsoft was originally planning to release handsets sometime in summer but things haven't turned out as planned as the Windows Phone 8 operating system "is ridden with quite a few bugs."
WMPU reached out to Microsoft to verify if the rumour was true and received the usual ambiguous - "We're looking forward to delivering Windows Phone 8 with our partners later this year" - statement, meaning there could be some truth in this. WMPU also noted that Reddit user "technopwn" had echoed the same sentiments, claiming to have been informed by him friends who work for Microsoft that the OS was still incredibly buggy.
We would rather they took their time and ironed out all bugs and flaws, as long as they don't take forever.
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