Microsoft has listened to critics and worked on the glitches that were visible in preview versions of Windows Phone 7, Microsoft's Product Manager has revealed.
Greg Sullivan outlined the company's readiness for the launch of the new smartphone operating system in an interview with TechRadar.
He said: "There is a slight amount of polish that we'll do throughout the system between now and launch, although it's largely complete.
"From a feature standpoint there won't be anything new, so we're now at the point where we're trying to tighten up and polish."
Mr Sullivan also reasserted the fact that Microsoft had attempted to keep a consistent visual style across the board for Windows Phone 7, but said that it was not opposed to change in the face of any glaring issues.
The tech site has got its hands on an updated pre-launch version of Windows Phone 7 which has been tweaked by Microsoft, with its analysis indicating that the latest version is definitely an improvement over the previous prototype which was showcased to the press a few months ago.
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