LG Mobile set to “reveal all” on December 1st – most likely the LG Nitro HD

LG Mobile set to “reveal all” on December 1st – most likely the LG Nitro HD

LG Mobile will be holding an exclusive event Decemeber 1st in NYC, and according to the electronic invitation: “All will be revealed.” Exactly what will be revealed may not be a secret thanks to LG’s not-so-discrete image file name — LG Nitro. We’ve seen the LG Nitro HD aka Optimus LTE HD before and it’s already available in Canada, so why the secret “exclusive event” in the US? Who knows, but given the fact that every other manufacturer has released their holiday beasts, maybe LG wants to garner some sort of excitement.

While LG phones aren’t on most people’s radars, the LG Nitro HD isn’t to be dismissed totally. It features a 4.5″ True HD IPS display, dual-core 1.5 GHz processor, 1 GB RAM, 2 GB of internal storage, up-to 32GB expandable, Android 2.3 and is compatible with 4G LTE and HSPA+ networks. While most of us are waiting on other devices *cough* Galaxy Nexus *cough* the LG Nitro HD may attract a few customers if the price is right and they release it soon. What do you guys think? Is this one going to get lost in the shuffle or does it deserve a second look? Sound off in the comments and let us know what you think.

Source: Engadget

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  1. John Bachemin
    November 23, 06:40 Reply

    the Nitro HD is a LG phone…as the owner of a LG G2X let me say…Run away, run away, run away!

    • BevQB
      November 23, 10:05 Reply

      I’ve been waiting for this because of the size and display resolution. But your comment, combined with a couple of others I’ve seen elsewhere is starting to raise the red flags. So, what’s the deal with LG phones? Bad service? Bad Quality? What? Anyone?

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