Dec 01 AT 1:25 PM Edgar Cervantes 28 Comments

Video: AT&T gives us another detailed look at the LG Nitro

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The LG Nitro is currently the phone to get if you’re an AT&T customer. With its solid specs, 4G LTE speeds (where available) and awesome HD 720p True HD IPS display (which also happens to be a 4.5-inch beast), this device is sure to rock your world.

Specs include a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, 1 GB RAM, Android 2.3, LTE connectivity, 4 GB on-board storage, 16 GB microSD card, 8 MP rear-facing camera and 1.3 MP front-facing camera. Not bad. Not bad at all. But while the specs look great, we want to see the device in action.

AT&T is also very excited about this launch, and their social media team has decided to give us a treat before the device is released. We’ve already seen the LG Girl getting excited about this new device. While she did cover most of the important specs and features, we always want to see more.

This is why AT&T has decided to give us a “Mobile Minute” with the LG Nitro. If you want to see some more about this device, go ahead and take a look at the video AT&T has cooked up for us. More details should be coming out tonight at AT&T’s event in New York, so stay tuned to see more.

What do you say AT&T customers? Will the LG Nitro be your next device?

Via: Android Central

Source: ShareATT (YouTube)

Hello, I am Edgar Cervantes. I am an avid Android fan, and keeping myself updated on the topic is part of my daily life. I will always work hard to give the best of me to our community of Android enthusiasts, and I am very honored to be part of this ship. Hopefully we can all enjoy sharing our knowledge and opinions!

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  • http://whysoangrybirds.com mikeyDroid

    It’s getting tougher and tougher to wait for the Galaxy Nexus with all these phones coming out.. but not tough enough!

    • pikahatonjon

      yeah seriously the main reason that i want the galaxy nexus is for the 720p screen and ICS and NFC. but seriously. LTE, RGB stripe 720p screen is sooooooooooooooooooooooooo tempting

    • CTown

      In what way is this better than the Nexus Galaxy? The only major thing I can think of is AT&T might not get the LTE version.

      • http://whysoangrybirds.com mikeyDroid

        Point is that it’s damn close – the Nexus SHOULD be “way ahead of the game”.. it’s lost that edge for the most part.

    • Eviltweety

      The Nexus, unfortunately, will end up like another Verizon phone we were all waiting for….Remember how we waited for the Droid Bionic? Insane specs? Well, while the rest of the World has the Nexus, we still wait (and those quad core, ics phones get closer and closer). Plus, no SD card slot isn’t helping me either…I’ll just get something else

      • redraider133

        I am getting the nexus for updates right from google. I do not feel that I should have to root to stay up to date because the manufacturers take forever to update the phones. Specs are nice but they only do so much if you are stuck with buggy software.

  • mimogear

    If I were on AT&T I would definitely get this! The IPS display looks beautiful~ @u@ and it’s a powerhouse +_+

    • redraider133

      I wonder if the revolution 2 that was rumored will have the same specs as this. Will be interesting to see if that comes to be or verizon just passes on it.

  • ranwanimator

    Does anyone know if an unlocked version will be coming out and whether or not you’d get full speed on T-Mo with it?

  • Charlesbrown79

    So many nice phones…so little funds….

  • iamXiV92a

    Looks interesting, but I’m not too impressed with LG phones. I want guaranteed updates. I’m really considering the white SGS II…

    • AsakuraZero

      samsung is also a bit slow on their updates afaik they havent said a solid date for the ICS update for the SGS2.

      sure LG have a worst reputation on their update schedule

  • ndub21

    This phone looks pretty sweet. However, waiting for carrier updates is beyond absurd, so I’m pretty dead-set on the Galaxy Nexus as my next phone. It kinda bothers me how the Nexus won’t have LTE on AT&T, but for battery life’s sake, it’s probably a good thing. Also, most people I talk to that have LTE on their phone hardly ever use it. So I’m probably not missing much.

  • itzxdjx

    Sure is a nice phone just dosent do it for me, not sexy looking enough lol, and that ui skin idk…

  • are7era

    oh my godddd he is really cute.

    • CTown

      What makes you think the phone is a male? Oh… it’s just since this is an Android website I just assumed… nevermind!

  • stenzor

    Looks like a great device spec-wise… I think LG has improved greatly in the quality of their products recently… but still… this video was not in rap format, so I’m not sold.

  • aj

    If i was on At&t this would look very appealing but meh. old news. jk but tis the way of technology espcially with android

  • erikiksaz

    Don’t fall for it! LG’s hardware is solid, but their software department is still lacking. Until ICS drops for most of their phones I’m not convinced that they’d be willing to support this phone once they release their next flagship.

  • TJungus

    The vaporware nexus sure has some tough competition. Unless you actually know anything about Android, than this would be the phone to get. LG needs to release an update schedule along with this stating when ICS will be released.

  • RR

    Do not buy AT&T LTE phones.

    They discourage use of video and music streaming on their network. It is complete B.S. and defeats the purpose of mobile broadband completely.

    http://redtape.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2011/11/15/8805266-why-fine-print-might-ground-your-high-flying-4g-cellphone-servic

  • FutureShock

    The specs on this phone look nice, but LG has a reputation of not receiving a lot of developer support. Also, if this phone is the same as the Optimus LTE which has already been released in Asia, the battery life is abysmal: 180 minutes talk time. Was considering this phone since I have an upgrade to use, but that kind of killed it for me.

  • WELCOME TO FRAGMENTATION

    another round of fragmentation??? im so sick of this crap, your new phone is absolutely useless after two month!

    • redraider133

      because after 2 months it will magically stop working. I know a bunch of people who are not on sites like these and are plenty happy with gb. It is only those on sites like these that feel they need the latest. Most normal consumers couldn’t care less about ics.

    • phaet2112

      GB on the G2x works great- LG needs to gear up their software dept to handle the upgrades, but they are committed to challenging Samsung for some of the Android Pie out of Korea.

  • carlosestremera

    there’s just something about lg phones i just can’t trust…

  • the5thdimension

    I’m sorry, but there is absolutely nothing appealing about this phones UI.

  1. It’s getting tougher and tougher to wait for the Galaxy Nexus with all these phones coming out.. but not tough enough!

    • yeah seriously the main reason that i want the galaxy nexus is for the 720p screen and ICS and NFC. but seriously. LTE, RGB stripe 720p screen is sooooooooooooooooooooooooo tempting

    • In what way is this better than the Nexus Galaxy? The only major thing I can think of is AT&T might not get the LTE version.

    • EviltweetyGuest 3 years ago

      The Nexus, unfortunately, will end up like another Verizon phone we were all waiting for….Remember how we waited for the Droid Bionic? Insane specs? Well, while the rest of the World has the Nexus, we still wait (and those quad core, ics phones get closer and closer). Plus, no SD card slot isn’t helping me either…I’ll just get something else

      • I am getting the nexus for updates right from google. I do not feel that I should have to root to stay up to date because the manufacturers take forever to update the phones. Specs are nice but they only do so much if you are stuck with buggy software.

  2. If I were on AT&T I would definitely get this! The IPS display looks beautiful~ @u@ and it’s a powerhouse +_+

  3. Does anyone know if an unlocked version will be coming out and whether or not you’d get full speed on T-Mo with it?

  4. So many nice phones…so little funds….

  5. Looks interesting, but I’m not too impressed with LG phones. I want guaranteed updates. I’m really considering the white SGS II…

    • samsung is also a bit slow on their updates afaik they havent said a solid date for the ICS update for the SGS2.

      sure LG have a worst reputation on their update schedule

  6. This phone looks pretty sweet. However, waiting for carrier updates is beyond absurd, so I’m pretty dead-set on the Galaxy Nexus as my next phone. It kinda bothers me how the Nexus won’t have LTE on AT&T, but for battery life’s sake, it’s probably a good thing. Also, most people I talk to that have LTE on their phone hardly ever use it. So I’m probably not missing much.

  7. Sure is a nice phone just dosent do it for me, not sexy looking enough lol, and that ui skin idk…

  8. are7eraGuest 3 years ago

    oh my godddd he is really cute.

  9. Looks like a great device spec-wise… I think LG has improved greatly in the quality of their products recently… but still… this video was not in rap format, so I’m not sold.

  10. If i was on At&t this would look very appealing but meh. old news. jk but tis the way of technology espcially with android

  11. Don’t fall for it! LG’s hardware is solid, but their software department is still lacking. Until ICS drops for most of their phones I’m not convinced that they’d be willing to support this phone once they release their next flagship.

  12. The vaporware nexus sure has some tough competition. Unless you actually know anything about Android, than this would be the phone to get. LG needs to release an update schedule along with this stating when ICS will be released.

  13. RRGuest 3 years ago

    Do not buy AT&T LTE phones.

    They discourage use of video and music streaming on their network. It is complete B.S. and defeats the purpose of mobile broadband completely.

    http://redtape.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2011/11/15/8805266-why-fine-print-might-ground-your-high-flying-4g-cellphone-servic

  14. The specs on this phone look nice, but LG has a reputation of not receiving a lot of developer support. Also, if this phone is the same as the Optimus LTE which has already been released in Asia, the battery life is abysmal: 180 minutes talk time. Was considering this phone since I have an upgrade to use, but that kind of killed it for me.

  15. WELCOME TO FRAGMENTATIONGuest 3 years ago

    another round of fragmentation??? im so sick of this crap, your new phone is absolutely useless after two month!

    • because after 2 months it will magically stop working. I know a bunch of people who are not on sites like these and are plenty happy with gb. It is only those on sites like these that feel they need the latest. Most normal consumers couldn’t care less about ics.

    • GB on the G2x works great- LG needs to gear up their software dept to handle the upgrades, but they are committed to challenging Samsung for some of the Android Pie out of Korea.

  16. there’s just something about lg phones i just can’t trust…

  17. I’m sorry, but there is absolutely nothing appealing about this phones UI.