LG Miracle is a miraculous Windows Phone

LG has a miracle in mind with the LG Miracle, a new Windows Phone to be unveiled this month.

Do you believe in miracles? LG has a miracle in mind with the LG Miracle, a new Windows Phone to be unveiled this month.

The Miracle sports a 4-inch touchscreen, showing off the colourful Windows Phone live tiles that update with your latest messages, photos and more.

Inside is a 1GHz Snapdragon processor and 8GB of storage for your music, movies and photos. Pocketnow reports the Miracle will have NFC built-in, so the Miracle could let you use your phone to pay for things, or send files to friends just by waving your phones close together. Windows Phone doesn't yet support NFC, but a future version may do.

The main camera is a 5-megapixel snapper that also shoots 720p high-definition video, with another smaller camera on the front for video calls.

The Miracle will take place at Mobile World Congress, the annual mobile phone show taking place in Barcelona later this month. We'll be there to bring you all the up-to-the-minute news, previews and videos of all the brand-new phones, so keep it CNET for the latest miraculous mobiles.

It sounds like LG is taking a leaf out of HTC's book with the name: HTC loves to label its phones with hyperbolic monikers like Sensation and Desire . But Miracle is a codename at the moment, as LG tends to come up with nonsense names like Viewty or Optimus

Can Windows Phone pull off a miracle and fight back against Apple and Android this year? Tell us your thoughts in the comments or on our Facebook page.

Image credit: Pocketnow

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Rich Trenholm is a senior editor at CNET where he covers everything from phones to bionic implants. Based in London since 2007, he has travelled the world seeking out the latest and best consumer technology for your enjoyment.


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