Last year consumers were talking about the LG Fantasy. But just about earlier this month, the Korean phone maker revealed that the same handset would be revealed under a different brand. This is the LG Miracle.
The LG miracle is powered using Windows 7.5 (Mango) OS. It has a 4.0 inch NOVA display with an 800 x 480 resolution (WVGA) which is said to be a first in the long line-up of Windows Phone handset. This feature will make the Miracle stand-out in the Windows Phone list.
The new LG Miracle also has a big storage capacity of 8GB that allows user to save more music, video and pictures. It also has a 5 megapixel rear camera that shots video at 720p and a VGA-class front-facer webcam. Unfortunately, the Miracle will still be sporting a Snapdragon chipset with just a 1GHz Scorpion CPU instead of going for a 1.4 GHz or a 1.5GHz unit.
Other features of the LG Miracle include a 2.4GHz/5GHz WiFi, a 14.4 Mbps HSPA radio and a Bluetooth 3.0. A rumor that the LG Miracle will feature an NFC is yet to be confirmed should it proceed to using a Windows 7.0 OS since the NFC is mentioned in the Apollo (Windows 8.0).
News has it that the Miracle is set to be released by Spring with no details of how much it is going to cost.