LG Nitro HD Gets Official with AT&T

AT&T is leaving no stone unturned to increase the support for its LTE series models. The company has already announced HTC Vivid and Samsung GS II Skyrocket just a couple of weeks ago and AT&T has another announcement for its users that LG Nitro HD is coming to AT&T on December 4th. The initial price set for the device is $249.99.

The device is commonly known as Optimus LTE in markets other than United States. The device has some really heavy specs. As you may have got an idea from its name, the device sports a high-definition 4.5-inch AH-ISP display capable of supporting resolution up to 1280 × 720 pixels. It sports 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 4GB of internal storage capacity and a 16GB pre-installed microSD card. It also features and 8-megapixel camera on the back.

The LG Nitro HD running Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread. It is assumed that the device will come with a range of preloaded applications that you can uninstall based on your requirement.

The most interesting feature of the LG Nitro HD is its appearance – a solid handset on a paper. We hope that the device is as good in the hand as it seems. LG mobile phone business really needs a boost as the past six consecutives quarters didn’t went good for the company. To revitalize its mobile phone business, the company has committed half of its 2012 capital expenditures budget into the mobile business. The new crop of smartphones from LG will certainly take some time to appear in the market, until then all eyes are on the forthcoming Nitro HD.

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