PocketNow has just got their hands on a brand new LG Windows Phone unit, dubbed Miracle. All they have right now is the picture below and some specs, but this is a more familiar model than you think, since some of you may know it as the LG Fantasy, first detailed last July. The LG Miracle is supposed to be a mid-range handset with a 4 inch display.


The real novelty here is the fact that the screen uses NOVA technology, a first for the Windows Phone segment. LG Miracle supports a WVGA resolution, has a 1GHz processor, 8 GB of storage, a 1.3MP front camera and 5MP back camera. These are all standard WP features, so nothing surprising. On the connectivity side we get 14.4Mbps HSPA radio, 5.0 GHz WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n and Bluetooth 3.0. The phone will come with NFC tag reading abilities, although that hasn’t exactly been detailed.

Rumors say that this phone will be shown at Mobile World Congress this month and released this Spring. No info on price and carrier so far and one can only hope for a good price tag here. According to the FCC documents from last year, this model supports CDMA bands, so we could see it on Verizon or Sprint.

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