The status of RTM or the Released to Manufacturing of any operating system is merely the secondly essential and definitive time point in getting out the devices for the market. It would even seem that, for just last night, Windows Phone 8 merely achieved this kind of status. What this thing actually means is that, Microsoft then halted some addition for the newest features into the Operating System, as a better number for months ago and simply spent like few months for improving the performances and then polishing the experience of the user, making it more as the best one.
On the other hand, the OEMs already have their final version of the Operating System to stuff upon their devices that only need to do some minor modifications to and simply add up the unique experiences for their builds of the software right before shipping down into the carriers as well as the end users. Provided for the latest development, it would merely look like that, the date of the release of these phones would be in the second day of November and could also be the right thing on the money or it is just too early for it. Moreover, the Windows Phone Mango, which has been released on the 26th day of July 2011 and launched officially for the customers on the 27th of September in 2011 as well. This has been already a two month window for the maker of the modifications in the device, testing of the carrier as well as with the other preparations right before one has some dirty mitts upon it.
With that being said, there are then carrier rumors all around the world puts up the device all through the procedures of the testing and see it up for the pre order in the middle of October or even right at the launch of Windows Phone 8 on 26 October.