Over the past month or so, we've seen a couple of upcoming LG Android handsets surface in leaked images. The LG leaks continue today, but instead of Android, this time its a Windows Phone handset that's in the spotlight. That up there is a phone that's reportedly codenamed the LG Miracle, and the folks at Pocketnow think it's the same device that leaked back in late December, which many originally thought was a product called the Fantasy. As far as specs for the Miracle go, Pocketnow claims that we're looking at a 4-inch NOVA display, 1GHz processor, 5-megapixel camera with 720p video capture, VGA front-facing shooter, 14.4Mbps HSPA, 8GB internal storage and NFC, the last of which is a feature that recent reports claim will be supported in Windows Phone 8 Apollo.
And that's (reportedly) the LG Miracle. Overall it sounds like a decent Windows Phone that, like its recently-leaked Android brothers, is said to be headed to Barcelona later this month to make its debut at Mobile World Congress. After that the Miracle may be scheduled for a spring launch, though there's no word yet on whether or not it'll be making its way to U.S. shores. Here's to hoping we hear more at MWC.