LG Nitro HD appears in the wild, hitting Bell Canada soon

LG Nitro HD appears in the wild, hitting Bell Canada soon

Recently, we showed you a leaked shot of LG’s new Android powered phone which will be hitting AT&T. It’s called the Nitro HD, and the guys over atPhoneArena got their hands on an image of the Nitro HD out in the wild. The phone looks really sexy and features a 4.5 Inch True HD IPS display, a dual-core processor clocked at 1.5 GHz speed, 1 GB of RAM, 8 MP camera, and LTE and HSPA+ radios. Unfortunately the device is running Gingerbread which will make it hard to compete against phones like the Google Nexus, but we’ll have to see where they price this bad boy before making any harsh judgments. The device is still set to hit AT&T at some point, but no official date has been given.

MobileSyrup has also managed to get their hands on an image which is telling us that this device will be hitting Canadian carrier Bell as the LG Optimus LTE, and that they will launch it on November 22, for $149.95. Hopefully that’s an indicator of when AT&T might also launch the device but for now, at least our Canadian readers know when they’ll be able to get their hands on this upcoming LG monster.

Anyone interested about the LG Optimus LTE or Nitro HD? Tell us about it in the comment box below.

Source: Phandroid

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