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LG leaks its Miracle smartphone before MWC

Monday, February 13th, 2012

LG leaks its Miracle smartphone before MWC
News from Inquirer:

SMILEY FACED FIRM LG has leaked its upcoming Windows Phone 7.5 handset that it calls the Miracle ahead of Mobile World Congress (MWC).

We are fast approaching the big phone and tablet focused show in Barcelona and another device has been leaked. The Miracle is LG’s next Windows Phone 7.5 Mango handset, according to Stuff.

We can see from the image a 5MP rear facing camera and other specifications include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 1GHz processor, 8GB of internal storage and near field communications (NFC) technology.

LG apparently has fitted the Miracle with a 4in Nova display. This technology was used on the LG Optimus Black and boasts exceptional brightness.

Last week LG released a teaser video for the upcoming Optimus Vu smartphone on its Korean web site. That will be an Android 2.3 Gingerbread handset with a 5in in-plane-switching (ISP) display.

We also saw an unnamed HTC han…………… continues on Inquirer

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Mobile Sports Report TechWatch: Mobile World Congress is Coming!
News from Mobile Sports Report:

Mobile World Congress News

LG already hyping new phone

LG is touting a new phone that it will debut at the Mobile World Congress as a “revolutionary smartphones”. According to Pocketnow there should be some very interesting feature in the phones starting with the LG X3 which will be its flagship Android smartphone.

Another offering expected at the show from LG is the LG CX2, a follow up product to its Optimus 3D. This phone is expected to feature a 1.2GHz dual-core CPU, NOVA autostereoscopic display for glasses-free 3D, 8GB storage standard as well as Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities.

Acer preps CloudMobile for show
Acer is showing its CloudMobile smartphone in advance of the MWC trade show in Barcelona at the end of the month. The company is being very clever in its leak, giving base information but not enough details so that when it officially shows the phone for the first time the public will not already know the details, according to Pocket-lint.

What is expected is a smartphone that features a 4.3-inch HD display, Dolby sound and will be running Android 4.0 when it ships in the second half…………… continues on Mobile Sports Report

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LG Miracle appears in real life, we start to believe

Sunday, February 12th, 2012

LG Miracle appears in real life, we start to believe
News from Engadget:

LG’s smartphone workshop is keeping itself busy. Alongside the manufacturer’s attempt to out-Note Samsung, its latest Windows Phone has resurfaced. A kindly mole has offered some better focused (but unfortunately watermarked to heck) shots of LG’s first Mango-laced Windows Phone. Skinnier that we expected, we can now make out a front-facing camera, paired up with a rear-facing five-megapixel primary shooter on the back. It’s still a prototype, judging by that not-so-subtle “not for sale” etching on the back, but expect the Miracle — when it does go official — to match those middleweight credentials leaked so far.

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The Android conundrum
News from India Today:

Froyo, Gingerbread or Ice-Cream Sandwich? Dual-core or single-core? Keyboard or no keyboard? Motorola, LG, HTC, Samsung or Sony Ericsson?

Out in the market to buy a phone running Google’s Android mobile operating system? Welcome to the club of the largest mobile operating systems, but with over 200 devices running one version of Android or the other, choosing the right phone is hardly an enviable task. Let’s look at the two important things you have to keep in mind while buying an Android phone and the best devices at every Android price point.

Quad-core worth the wait:
Processors will only get faster every few months. Most of the fastest (and thus most expensive) Android devices are powered by either Qualcomm Snapdragon or Nvidia Tegra dual-core processors. But a greater number of cores does not make a processor that much faster; it just makes it more efficient at handling data.

Android devices can have multiple processes on at one time, but multi-core processors could prevent phones from hanging, which is a constant issue with early Android models.

Buying a multi-core processor is expensive, so getting a dualcore device such as the HTC Sensation with a dual-core Nvidia Tegra processor can be an expensive proposition. Sure, the Sensation has ‘Augmented Reality’ applications, great video processing and what not. But is…………… continues on India Today

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