Images of an LTE device from LG that could give a tough competition to HTC and Samsung 4G devices - the LG Nitro HD have surfaced on the web with AT&T branding.
As per Pocketnow, this is likely to be the name of this device when it is provided through AT&T in the US. The purpose of this name seems nothing but simply an effort to do away with 4G or LTE specifications.
The Nitro HD or Optimus LTE is a smartphone with 4.5 inch screen having 1280x720 (720p) resolution similar to Samsung Galaxy Nexus along with in-plane switching (IPS) that means it definitely has better viewing angle with improved brightness. It boasts of a 1.5GHz chip, 4GB storage, 1GB RAM and an 8 mega pixels camera capable of recording HD video.
Hopefully, the Nitro HD will have photo as well as video edit features that are a part of Ice Cream Sandwich version of Android operating system.
The efforts to bring 4G network services is going on in UK, however, there are few deadlocks that have to be cleared before UK enjoys 4G services. O2 has already started 4G trials in London and hopefully, by early next year UK will have 4G facility.