LG Nitro HD Review
The Nitro HD is LG’s latest high end device, which supports both 3G and 4G (LTE) connectivity. The 4.5” (1280 x 720 pixels) AH-IPS LCD display will immediately catch your attention and its 326 ppi pixel density rivals iPhone 4S’ excellent screen. The phone is powered by a 1.5 dual-core processor, which is supported by 1GB of RAM. The 4GB internal storage should be enough for hundreds of apps and it comes with a spacious 16GB MicroSD card. The Adreno 220 GPU will make even the most demanding 3D game runs smoothly. The 4G connectivity is one of the phone’s distinguishing feature, nevertheless the super-fast 21Mbps HSDPA connectivity should be more than enough, even if 4G network is not available in your area. The phone comes with a powerful 8Mp camera, with LED flash and autofocus. It is undoubtedly, the best camera LG ever puts in its handsets and the image quality is super sharp even in dim environment. The LG Nitro HD runs Android 2.3.5 (Gingerbread) and the company promises to provide an upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich soon.
Those who are eager to experience the peak excellence of Android world should look no further and when it is finally upgraded to Ice Cream Sandwich, it would be one of the best Android devices you can get. The Nitro HD easily beats most of the competitors in benchmarks, although it is still fall short somewhat compared to the lightning-fast Skyrocket. Unfortunately, its potent hardware comes at a cost; the greedy power consumption limits the phone’s endurance to less than seven hours.