By Anton D. Nagy | May 30, 2011 5:35 AM
It appears like one more entry on our missing Windows Phone 7 Mango blacklist will be checked once the platform refresh is final and out as Microsoft revealed its plans for implementing video sharing options via Facebook, MMS or email.
The information comes from a German VIP Windows Phone Mango event last week, with the occasion of which they detailed the Battery Saver option coming to Mango. Once checked, the smartphone will automatically disable all battery hogs once you start to run out of juice (like push email, background applications and WiFi). The user will still be able to check for emails manually and the option will automatically be disabled once you recharge your Windows Phone.