LG Miracle shows off its body in leaked shots

MiracleLG has begun to make its way into the US smartphone market in a big way. Other manufacturers like HTC and Samsung have been releasing many phones here for a while, but the company that claims "Life's Good" introduced its first smartphone in 2008, and had stayed relatively quiet since then until the beginning of last year. Now, LG is pumping out numerous devices for the US market, running either Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 or Google's Android.

The latest LG smartphone is the LG Miracle, which we covered on Tuesday. It's running Windows Phone 7.5 Mango, and is destined for either AT&T and T-Mobile. While Tuesday brought us the specs and a leaked promotional image of the device, today brings us actual images. 

Those images will be past the break, but let's run through the specs once more. Like I already stated, the Miracle will be running Windows Phone 7.5 Mango, which will be driven by the following: 4-inch 800 x 480 NOVA display, 1GHz processor, NFC connectivity, 5MP back camera, and VGA quality front camera.

We don't know exactly when this device will be officially announced, but we do know that it will be announced at some point in Q1 2012. To me, that sounds like we'll see some mention of it at MWC, and hopefully a release soon afterwards. Of course, if you're seriously considering a Windows Phone, you're probably looking towards a Nokia-branded one. I have a feeling this will be a not-so popular device, unless it's offered at free on contract.

The rest of the images are past the break, but are you interested in this phone?

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[GSMArena]
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