Pocketnow, who frequently gets accurate information about upcoming Windows Phone handsets, has just provided a screenshot of LG Miracle second generation handset. The monotonous handset design rather looks appalling to the eyes. The device was previously called as LG Fantasy, which was leaked last year.
LG Miracle will be a second generation Windows Phone handset running on Mango OS. It was allegedly sold to XDA member by a Romanian LG tester. They also point out some of features like 4-inch WVGA NOVA display, paltry 1 GHz Snapdragon processor, merely 8GB storage and 5MP rear camera and VGA class front-facing camera.
The LG Miracle will be yet another outdated device tagged under second generation device, which might be unveiled at MWC later this year. With so many powerful Android handsets around, we wonder, who would go for such an outdated hardware. It will be interesting to know whether this LG Miracle will do any miracle for LG or not.
With MWC right around the corner, we may expect more and more windows Phone handset to be leaked accidentally. See how Nokia inadvertently leaked Lumia 900 white model.
It is expected to be released sometime this spring. BTW, it does have NFC tag-reading capability.
Via [Pocketnow]Tags: lg miracle