The LG Nitro HD LTE becomes official for At&t
The LG Nitro has become official as At&t’s next LTE device. While LG reports less than stellar quarters they are still pushing out some of the best handsets available. Recently the uniquely designed LG DoublePlay has changed the face of texting, while the new myTouch and myTouch Q 4G have entered the T-Mo experience to keep mid range users happy with many high quality options. Shortly before the day of turkeys LG issued invitations to an exclusive event which was assumed to be the announcement of the LG Nitro HD. This morning however it seems that At&t has beat them to the punch with an official press release of the LG Nitro. Guess we can expect something better come December 1st? Who knows, but let’s take a look at LG’s latest and greatest shall we?
The LG Nitro HD is essentially the AT&t LTE version of the Optimus LTE that was shown off earlier this month. The Nitro HD is also known as the LG P930 and has been showing up on the rumor mill since May of this year. Today At&t made the LG Nitro HD official. The LG Nitro HD as you may expect does indeed sport an HD screen. The screen is a 4.5 inch “True HD AH-IPS display” that clocks in at a 1280 x 720, so a 720p HD screen in your pocket. Internally the LG Nitro HD should easily be able to keep up with your HD demands. Deep inside the Nitro HD sits a dual core 1.5 GHz Qualcomm SPQ8060 processor that is backed by 1GB of RAM. The Nitro HD also comes with 4GB of internal storage that can be expanded to up to 32GB with the external microSD card reader that comes equipped with a 16 GB card preinstalled. All the memory is perfect because you will surely be snapping many pictures with its built in 8 mega pixel camera that can record video in full 1080p HD. An additional front facing shooter clocks in at 1.3 mega pixels. Other details include Wi-Fi Direct and DLNA connectivity and of course will be taking full advantage of At&t’s expanding LTE network. The Nitro HD is set to become available to new two year contracts on December 4th for $250.
So super 4G speeds, an HD screen, a dual core processor, LTE and Android version 2.3. Sound good to you? Sound off in the comments below and let us know what you think. But before you go check out our LG accessories today.AT&T, dual-core, LTE, LG Nitro HD, LG