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AT&T LG Nitro HD Displays True HD Right on the Phone

Posted on December 2 2011 by newyorkbob

The new LG Nitro LG Android 2.3 smartphone has a bright 4.5-inch display with a stunning resolution of 1280-by-720 pixels at 329 pixels per inch. This means that you can play back HD videos on the display and view them in true HD on the unit's AH-IPS TFT (Advanced High Performance In-Plane Switching Thin film transistor) display. The LG Nitro HD is powered by a dual-core 1.5GHz processor and features a front-facing 1.3-megapixel webcam in addition to an 8-megapixel camera on the back. The 4.5-ounce phone is large as 5.3 by 2.7 inches, but it's also very thin at just over 0.4 inches thick. The unit, which can also be used as a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot for up to five other devices, was shown off at a special press event at New York's New Museum on Dec. 1. More on this new smartphone soon at The Paper PC: www.paperpc.com Copyright 2011, Robert S. Anthony, Stadium Circle Features

The new LG Nitro LG Android 2.3 smartphone has a bright 4.5-inch display with a stunning resolution of 1280-by-720 pixels at 329 pixels per inch. This means that you can play back HD videos on the display and view them in true HD on the unit's AH-IPS TFT (Advanced High Performance In-Plane Switching Thin film transistor) display. The LG Nitro HD is powered by a dual-core 1.5GHz processor and features a front-facing 1.3-megapixel webcam in addition to an 8-megapixel camera on the back. The 4.5-ounce phone is large as 5.3 by 2.7 inches, but it's also very thin at just over 0.4 inches thick. The unit, which can also be used as a mobile Wi-Fi hotspot for up to five other devices, was shown off at a special press event at New York's New Museum on Dec. 1. More on this new smartphone soon at The Paper PC: www.paperpc.com Copyright 2011, Robert S. Anthony, Stadium Circle Features

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