By Anton D. Nagy | April 3, 2012 5:24 AM
The pictures above and below landed in our Inbox and, as you can see, it’s a Windows Phone made by LG. Our tipster tells us that it’s model number E740H and that there is some Telus customization (as in welcome screen).
The LG E740 (sans H this time) popped up in Romania before MWC and we believe it was the Miracle (we expect the LG Fantasy to be a different device, codenamed E950, probably the final version of the leaked prototype).
The Miracle is expected to pack a four-inch WVGA NOVA display, 1GHz Snapdragon, 8GB of storage, a five-megapixel rear camera with no flash, VGA webcam, HSPA radio, WiFi a/b/g/n with 5.0GHz-compatibility, and Bluetooth 3.0. Our tipster confirms that the E740H has indeed, as we suspected, 8GB of internal storage and a four-inch display. Additionally, the battery powering it is one of 1,500mAh and the phone itself is around 9 mm in thickness.
In contrast, the LG E740H we see above has the front facing camera on the opposite side (on the left). Furthermore, there’s a flash underneath the main camera at the back, as seen in the picture below. We might be looking at a carrier variant (with the Telus welcome screen and all) or just a twist in design LG decided to pull (which is not uncommon for manufacturers as the product matures its way to release). And, in case you were wondering, theres a User Agent Profile for the phone codenamed E740H.