By GeoffreyFarinha | December 15, 2011 1:48 PM
In this video we take a few minutes to unbox AT&T’s latest 4G LTE handset, the LG Nitro HD. Not only does the Nitro HD sport a LTE radio, but it is one of the first few Android devices to posses a truly High Definition screen.
The LG Nitro HD comes packaged in typical AT&T fashion. Living inside this box with the phone is a standard microUSB cable with USB wall adapter, a 16GB microSD card, 1830mAh battery and the phone itself. As if the LTE arms race wasn’t enough, manufacturers are now starting to construct their devices with high definition screens to not only add bragging rights to their spec lists, but to increase the clarity, vibrancy and overall experience for the end-user.
Be sure to stay tuned for our continuing coverage of the LG Nitro HD in our software and hardware overview to see if this device and its HD screen are a game-changer. The LG Nitro HD is currently available from AT&T at the subsidized price of $249.99