Summary: Our opinion is that the LG Nitro HD should be under every Christmas tree this year. In the end of this review we can conclude that this model is a good smartphone, even if the battery life in not its strongest point.
Excerpt: The LG Nitro on AT&T is among the first shipping Android phones to pack a full 720p display. Not only that, it’s among the first shipping AT&T phones to do LTE, which promises speeds far greater than what is offered over AT&T’s HSPA+ 3G network.
Excerpt: AT&T and LG released yet another LTE 4G device— the LG Nitro HD. It is also the first and only device with a 720p display on AT&T. Priced at a hefty $250, the Nitro HD has set some high expectations. To see if the Nitro HD met these expectations, read on for our full
LG Nitro HD v Samsung GS II Skyrocket: Head to Head
17 December 2011
Summary: Additional comments: Slightly heavier than Nitro. Slick back cover—not quite as easy to handle because of it. Front camera better than Nitro’s. On-board support for Facebook, Twitter and Picasa. Music player.
Excerpt: AT&T is making their push for a true 4G network as they rollout a 4G LTE service to rival the speeds Verizon customers have enjoyed for over a year. The LG Nitro HD is the third device in the AT&T […]
Excerpt: The new LG Nitro HD represents the company's premier Android smartphone in the United States. Without a doubt, it has a stellar spec sheet that includes 4G LTE data (AT&T), a 4.5-inch 720p HD resolution display, a dual-core 1.5GHz processor, and a 1080p HD video-capable 8 megapixel camera.
Summary: The LG Nitro HD literally outshines the Android competition on AT&T with a brighter and sharper screen than any other handset, and it offers fantastic data speeds (when you're in an area with 4G LTE coverage).
Excerpt: Choice is always good, and as AT&T works to build out their 4G LTE network, we're seeing more and more LTE smartphones land on the carrier. The third LTE device is the LG Nitro HD , and it's available now for $249.99.