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LG Nitro HD v Samsung GS II Skyrocket: Head to Head
30 September 2012
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: 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. Sadly, LG has a shaky history of delivering high-end devices, and we also know that there is still a limited amount of cities in the United States that take full advantage of AT&T’s 4G LTE Network.
Summary: The Nitro HD is quite possibly the best device on AT&T, even over the Skyrocket. But— and it's a major one— the software bugs must be fixed before I would ever recommend this device. Android 4.0...
Pros: Drop-dead gorgeous display, Fast LTE speeds, Good voice quality
Cons: Locks up frequency, Awkward hard-key placement, Inability to toggle LTE, Terrible battery life (Due to the former?)
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.