LG Miracle is the latest Windows Phone on the block
The latest Mid-Range Windows Phone to hit the market has been revealed by the folks over at Pocketnow, in the form of the LG Miracle. While this is expected to be announced at the end of the month at MWC 2012, we can’t help but feel this isn’t quite the next phone we expected out of LG. Don’t get us wrong, while the 4-inch NOVA screen promises to be one of the best and brightest screens out there, the rest of the specs are hardly anything to write home about. The design reminds us a little of the Samsung Omnia 7, and isn’t exactly standout-ish.
Specs are as follows:
- 4-inch NOVA Screen (800 x 480 resolution)
- 1 GHz Snapdragon Processor
- 8GB of internal storage
- 5 megapixel rear camera, 1 megapixel front facing camera, with 720p recording capabilities
- Apparent NFC tag-reading capabilities
One of the more interesting features about this phone that does have us excited in the tech field, is that the Miracle actually has Bluetooth 3.0, and furthermore, it is 5.0GHz capable in the Wi-Fi department (802.11a/b/g/n). What’s great is that if LG do put a sweet price spot on this, then along with the advanced connectivity features and amazing screen, then it might be a great Mid-Range phone to buy for those looking at cheaper alternatives. Still, having said that we can’t feel slightly perturbed that if by the time MWC 2012 comes and goes and LG doesn’t show any Windows Phone High-End Models. Still, they’ve got time and we’re giving them the benefit of the doubt. Make it happen LG!