The images of a new Windows Phone 7, named LG Miracle, have been put online by a website pocketnow.com. The mid-range smartphone from LG is scheduled to make its debut at Mobile World Congress at Barcelona in just a few weeks and to be released across Europe by summer.
The smartphone appears to be a Windows-based version of the LG Optimus Black, which was unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in 2011. LG Miracle is believed to come up with 1 GHz processor (a Qualcomm Snapdragon), 8 GB onboard storage, a 5 megapixel rear camera with 720p HD video recording capability, a front-facing VGA camera, Wi-FI, Blueetooth connectivity and a 4-inch WVGA NOVA display. It is also expected that the Miracle will come with NFC (near field communication) tag-reading capability, which is not supported yet by Windows Phone. The NFC tag-reading capability allows users to wirelessly transfer data between itself and nearby NFC-enabled devices.
No comments have been received regarding this smartphone from LG officials yet, but it is speculated that more details about this phone will come later this month, during or after the Mobile World Congress.