LG Miracle caught on video via YouTube

We've been reporting and posting up screenshot leaks of the LG Miracle (also known as the LG Fantasy), an upcoming but still not officially announced Windows Phone-based product. This week, a video that reportedly shows the phone in action was posted on YouTube.

The video, originally posted by Mobilissimo.ro, shows the LG Miracle's nice and roomy four inch touch screen. At one point the video shows the back of the smartphone which has a big "Not for Sale" label, which is a clear indication this is a prototype model of the smartphone rather than the final commercial release. At another point in the video, a CPU benchmarking software program is run and the camera briefly shows the results.

Inside the smartphone's case, the LG Miracle is rumored to have a 1 GHz single-core Snapdragon processor from Qualcomm, 8 GB of storage, a 720p five megapixel rear camera and a VGA front facing camera. The phone is also rumored to have a NFC tag-reading feature which is something that is not supposed to be supported in the current build of Windows Phone.

Hopefully the final version of the LG Miracle will be on display at the World Mobile Congress trade show, which is being held in Barcelona, Spain starting February 27.

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