My wife and I consider ourselves fortunate to have the Nitro HD. I had the Galaxy S II for two days. AT&T took it back and I got this. I am super impressed with the phone and AT&T. The camera is slightly better on the Galaxy, but the LG Nitro HD device overall (especially the display at 329ppi and 720x2180) blows the Galaxy S II Skyrocket out of the water! It slightly bests iPhones pixel density (which is 326) on paper but you'll only notice a much larger screen and higher resolution. However, as of today, LG has made their phone-in tech support virtually useless. Two minutes of wading through phone menus to get to endless ringing. I gave up after four minutes of listening to ringback tone waiting for someone to answer the line. It was working with just a 25 second wait to talk to someone yesterday morning. The sound quality on the LG is not the very best, but isn't bad at all in my opinion. I use a BT headset anyway, and the Samsung will not dial any contact in my list with or without a headset. That is, the Galaxy S II Skyrocket annoyingly ignores your contact list when voice dialing. Instead it does a Google search and dials what it thinks is a good match (NOT)! The Nitro HD does voice dial (with or without BT) from my contacts, and is accurate (thanks to Google). I have nearly 600 contacts in my list. So if you don't think you'll need to call LG tech support consider the Nitro HD. Also, the Nitro HD ships with a 16GB microSDHC card, so it comes with 20GB of flash, of which 4GB are built-into the device.
The LG Nitro HD is essentially the exact same phone as the LG Optimus LTE, simply enjoying a rebranding on it's way to AT&T in the United States. But Nitro HD owners may enjoy much more than just the name- on launch this phone will compete ... Read More