Photos of a new Windows Phone, dubbed the LG Miracle, have been revealed by Pocketnow, and boy does it look...underwhelming.
Don't get me wrong, I have no qualms with either LG or Microsoft, and I'm always excited to hear about what new phones will be sporting the Windows Phone platform.
But seriously, if it weren't for that fake lens flare up at the top right, my eyes would have just glazed over the whole picture. It looks like every other (save for the Nokia Lumias) Windows Phone we've seen so far.
As far as the specs go, the phone is expected to have a 4-inch NOVA display, 8GB of internal storage, a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, a 5-megapixel camera (able to handle 720p video recordings), a front-facing VGA camera, and HSPA connectivity.
The phone is also rumored to have an NFC chip, which will allow it to wirelessly transfer data between itself and nearby NFC enabled devices.
We anticipated the chip appearing in phones stocked with. Those are scheduled to come out some time around Q4. But since the LG Miracle is coming in spring, perhaps users will take a bite out of the NFC chip earlier than expected.
There hasn't been any word from LG officials yet, but we're assuming that more details about this phone will emerge later this month, during or after Mobile World Congress.
So stay tuned, and in the meantime, what do you think of the LG Miracle. Is it...that miraculous? (Yeah, I just went there, sue me).