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LG Miracle E740H spotted in wild with TELUS branding

LG e740

An LG Miracle (E740H) has again been spotted in the wild, but this time it bares the flag of Canadian carrier TELUS. The handset, which was previously leaked, has been confused with the LG Fantasy but we can now clarify the differences in design with the LG Fantasy heading for Sprint and these new photos of the Miracle. We've been informed by our source that TELUS customisation present includes a custom welcome screen.

The LG Miracle is believed to be a mid-range phone equipped with a 4-inch WVGA NOVA screen, making it the first WP7 device of its kind. It will be powered by a 1GHz Snapdragon processor and sport 8GB of storage, and 1.3MP FF/5MP (LED flash) cameras.  LG's Miracle is also thought to connect using 14.4Mbps HSPA radio, 5.0GHz-capable 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 3.0. 

LG e740

We're unable to confirm if this handset will be a TELUS Windows Phone available to consumers, but with the carrier personalisation included on the model our source had hands-on experience with, we can remain hopeful.

Thanks Jordan for sending the photos in!

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Reader comments

LG Miracle E740H spotted in wild with TELUS branding

19 Comments

Good looking phone. 2nd generation hardware. Hopefully it releases soon as these specks are nice, but.... Now, if it's priced right then it will sale.

I think it is nice that it is a different brand, but if LG is going to try to be competitive with HTC, much less Nokia, it is going to have to step it up in the design and exclusive apps departments. 

True but every ones different in style I'm a Samsung focus user about to get the 900 on Sunday only cuz the hardware is good but I like the focus design

I WAS JUST THINKING THAT LOL though i do love the zune hd its awesome man i have a lumia 710 and use the hd just for music purposes to keep my phone clutter free :D

I've been think that y don't Microsoft make an Xbox named phone it would sell to all the gamers make the hardware look like Zune

i thought thats what they should call the platform Xphone vs iphone and droid :D much simpler and can be related to other ms products :p

So this phone is a good looking phone while the LG sprint model is ugly when they both look the same? What the fuck is.wrong with you people?

I was just thinking that same exact thing. But then I remembered, it's probably different people commenting on the topics.