AT&T 4G LTE network isn’t as comprehensive as Verizon’s but there are already two LTE devices on which is available on AT&T which are the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket and HTC Vivid. However, AT&T decided to add another device to its LTE contract plan which is the LG Nitro HD.
What is unique about the LG Nitro HD is that it uses an AH-IPS display which gives stunningly accurate graphics. In addition to that, it also uses a 1.5GHz dual-core Qualcomm APQ8060 processor. What’s good about this device is that it comes with a 4GB internal memory but that’s not all as there is also a microSD card slot on which a 16GB card was given by default. This means that it is also possible to push the device to a whopping 36GB (32GB + 4GB internal).
It is powered by Android and with the LTE network it support, the speed is tremendously fast as it can receive up to 21Mbps. However, the LG Nitro HD is an energy sucking device so even though it is equipped with a 1,830 mAh battery, it may not be sufficient for the most demanding of users so it may be best to have a backup when needed.