Nokia’s leaked alleged training documents for China that implied Windows Phone 7.8 should arrive in early 2013 are actually wrong, if a new report is to be believed. At a Windows Phone 8 Briefing held by Microsoft Singapore and Nokia Singapore the audience has reportedly been told that Windows Phone 7.8 is just a matter of days to weeks away.

Part of what has supposedly been said is also the fact that Windows Phone 7.8 has been released to manufacturing (RTM) this week. As a direct consequence the refresh should purportedly be pushed to devices in the very near future, in the coming days to weeks, and definitely not in 2013. Whether this refers to all Windows Phone 7.5 devices or only to Lumia phones (or just Asia and Pacific regions) is yet unknown but we will let you know as soon as we find out more.

Source: WMPowerUser

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