Big, beautiful screen of formidable brightness and color.
Decent sound quality.
Battery life isn't bad, given the LTE connectivity and non-Pentile screen.
High-res 720p display.
Super-fast LTE data speeds.
Detailed 720p display with accurate looking colors.
4G LTE connectivity.
Performance is middling given the specs and price.
Laggy inside some apps and widgets.
Screen occasionally misses a tap or flick of the finger.
Camera takes mediocre pictures, has slow shutter.
Limited AT&T LTE network coverage.
Weak battery life.
Not the smartest or sturdiest hardware.
By TechSpot on December 08, 2011
The LG Nitro HD has an awful lot going for it. It offers blazing data speeds, a great still camera, and one of the nicest displays on the market - all in a physical design that works. The phone is hamstrung a bit by weak battery life when compared...-
By techcrunch.com on March 20, 2012
The LG Spectrum isn’t necessarily my favorite phone. It’s got pretty nice specs and a killer screen, but there’s something to be said about the way a phone draws you in from across the room. I don’t mean to get all romantic or dramatic about it, but...-
By Phone Arena on March 01, 2012
Storming onto the scene and gracing AT&T’s lineup very recently, we can’t help but take notice of the dominating presence attached to the Samsung Galaxy Note LTE. Not only because it’s the latest and greatest here stateside, but it’s simply...-
By Ars Technica on January 08, 2012
The LG Nitro HD is big in every way on paper: 4.5-inch screen, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 8-megapixel camera. But while those stats are great, the Nitro HD falls short in many areas that other manufacturers have tweaked to improve user experience....-
By Pocketnow on January 03, 2012
The LG Nitro HD offers a great package of features in a form factor that is extremely comfortable to hold in the hand. With its fast processing, response times, connection speeds and beautiful HD screen the Nitro HD is an impressive Android device...80
By Phone Scoop on December 21, 2011
1 The LG Nitro HD comes very close to earning a "very good" rating from me, but will have to settle for "good." The reason is mostly due to the exceedingly poor voice performance. Even though we use our smartphones more for data-centric tasks, the...-
By eTech Reviews on December 15, 2011
LG Nitro HD is a state of the art 4G LTE Android smartphone, which provides you with legendary visibility experience with crystal clear full high definition viewing on on-board, user generated and web content. It features striking 4.5 inch high...-
By Gear Live on December 09, 2011
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By Phone Arena on December 09, 2011
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By The Verge on December 07, 2011
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