LG is obviously about to complete the development of yet another WP smartphone. We just got a press photo of the handset, dubbed LG Miracle, and while it's not coming from an official source, such images normally only appear shortly before the device becomes official.
Along with the image we also got information about the key features of the LG Miracle's spec sheet. The most interesting bit is that the smartphone will be using a WVGA NOVA display, which will be a first for a Windows Phone handset. The super bright NOVA screen will help the Miracle stand out in the WP crowd, which is becoming an increasingly difficult task lately.
Unfortunately, the LG Miracle will feature a Snapdragon chipset with 1GHz Scorpion CPU, instead of the 1.4GHz and 1.5GHz units which we saw on most second generation WP smartphones. Its 5 megapixel camera will be able to capture 720p videos and there will be a VGA front-facing camera on board.
The LG Miracle spec sheet highlights continue with 14.4Mbps HSPA, Wi-Fi a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0 and, quite interestingly, NFC.
The pricing and availability of the handset are still unknown at this stage, but if we are lucky enough to see it announced at the MWC at the end of the month, we'll know more about them shortly.
we get xbox live complete hd gaming ms office voice maps which we do not get in majority devices is this all stuff is of 17th century LOL...
Wasn't NFC mentioned with Apollo? But to call it impossible is still way off. LG may consider the feature important enough for their target markets and made their own drivers. No problem, except apps might not be compatible with native NFC when ...
nice looking phone but i think its nt for me lg improve ourself day by day