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For all those smartphone users out there who are simply tired of the war for metal, glass, slick looks, a plastic-cased smartphone which functions quite finely may offer just the break. Released recently and bundled with an AT & T contract, LG Nitro HD is a plastic baby that does the job perfectly.

The device is barely anything short of the features you would normally seek in a smartphone, say the reviewers. Even the plastic casing doesn’t come off as a turn off with the back done pretty smoothly. The size, however, may be a little bothersome to few but that’s compensated by the larger-than-usual display size. The screen is a cool 4.5-inches whereas the thickness of LG Nitro HD is about 10.4 mm.

Turn on’s:
The quality of the display. It is exceptionally well, with the pixel density even more than that of an iPhone 4. Not the best of the displays when compared to Android phones but certainly one that beats many awesome smartphones.The design too, has been done intelligently, Despite having used plastic, the texture of the back is pretty slick. The phone functions smoothly, running LG Optimus Skin atop Android. A tab bit removed from the genuine Android experience but still works pretty fine.

The camera, too, is a thumbs up, adjusting well between lightning conditions and snapping high-quality images.

Turn off’s:
The charging port for the phone is right at the bottom, something which the mobile industry has fairly abandoned for larger part. It can be bothersome because during charging, you may find it cumbersome to maneuver your mobile. Also, the thickness of the set may be a turn-off for some.

In all, LG Nitro HD is a fair deal, coming at $249 with a two-year AT &T contract.

Image courtesy LGEPR.

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