By Anton D. Nagy | September 27, 2010 12:49 AM
Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 launch date has been subject to many rumors and speculations in the lack of any certain information from the Redmond giant.
Looks like their best kept secret is not a secret anymore after Paul Thurrott’s discussion with a “very reliable source” that indicated that Microsoft’s highly anticipated mobile platform, Windows Phone 7, will be launched in the US on November 8 this year. Paul Thurrott also mentions that previous rumors implying a Microsoft’s event on October 11 in New York are true, only that the October event is completely unrelated to Windows Phone. While there’s been no information from the source about the European launch date for the platform, we might see it happen before the US event.
As reliable the source might be we still file this under the Rumor category with all the mystery floating around the platform and its launch date. Regardless if we’re talking about October or November, we’re getting there eventually, so tell us your thoughts below on your predictions considering all the launch dates that have been floating around lately.