Now that the official December 4 launch date for the AT&T LG Nitro HD smartphone has passed, the Gingerbread-powered device is up for grabs in the U.S. What’s more, the handset is stated to be the third to ride on the carrier’s 4G LTE network. Fans can get hold of it for approximately $250 along with a two-year contract.
Housed within this smartphone are a 4.5-inch HD multi-touch display that portrays a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels and a 1.5GHz dual core processor for an enriched web browsing experience as well as better multitasking capabilities. Memory-wise, it is equipped with 4GB of internal storage and comes accompanied by a pre-installed 16GB microSD card. Additionally, the maximum capacity supported by the microSD slot is 32GB. Once the 1830mAh battery is fully charged, users can expect activity life of around 7 hours and 10.8 days of standby time.
Besides the said features, the device’s rear sports an 8MP camera with LED flash, auto focus and 1080p full HD video capturing capabilities and a 1.3MP front facing one. When it comes to connectivity, the handset is bundled with Bluetooth 3.0 technology, Wi-Fi b/g/n, DLNA and 4G over HSPA+ bands, or LTE when available. Although the smartphone comes with the Gingerbread OS, there are high chances of it getting a taste of the Android 4.0 OS as LG recently announced its plans towards the Ice Cream Sandwich update for previous smartphones.
The AT&T LG Nitro HD price tag reads at around $250 in the U.S., reports Engadget. Furthermore, users will also be able to purchase accessories designed specifically for this device through the AT&T shop.