LG's much-leaked Windows Phone Mango handset, the Miracle – formerly known as the Fantasy – has shown its face yet again as we draw closer to fondling the latest smartphone and tablet tech at Mobile World Congress.
Not only will it be the world's brightest Windows Phone, but with its sights set squarely on the mid-range mobile market, the Miracle will come complete with a eyeball-friendly 4in WVGA NOVA display, 1GHz Snapdragon processor, a 5MP camera with 720p video recording and 8GB of on-board storage. All of which will come encased in a black, rubbery type chassis.
The LG Miracle is also rumoured to sport NFC super-powers, depsite Windows Phone Mango 7.5 not yet including support for this tap-to-pay tech. But with Windows Phone 8 Apollo set to support the short-range wireless technology, it's possible LG will hold off on launching the Miracle until the next iteration of the Window Phone OS is rolled out.
Expect to see the Miracle, alongside the likes of HTC's One and One X and a smattering of other new-fangled smartphones and tablets at MWC later this month – we'll be reporting from Barcelona, so be sure to check back for the latest MWC news.
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