Although it first appeared at the FCC last October, a few more details on the LG LS831 — perhaps better known by its codename, "Miracle" — have cropped up on the FCC's website. It's a Windows Phone clearly destined for Sprint — a carrier that has given the platform precious little chance to take root. Beyond that, unfortunately, details are quite thin: we know it has a 5-megapixel camera, a front-facing camera, and a microUSB slot hidden somewhere inside. A draft of the user manual was also published, but beyond the basics of how to handle Windows Phone, it's not especially revealing either.
Sprint hasn't launched a Windows Phone since the original HTC Arrive and some rumors have suggested Sprint is waiting for Windows Phone 8 to make another play. As recently as this past January, a Senior VP at Sprint said that "the number one reason the product was returned was the user experience" and the carrier was waiting for Microsoft to build up more enthusiasm. Still, assuming the Miracle sees a release, it could be that Sprint is looking to piggyback off any growth the Windows Phone platform sees thanks to Nokia's "Rolling Thunder" campaign for the Lumia 900 on AT&T.