LG Nitro HD appears in a blurry spy shot

LG Nitro HD appears in a blurry spy shot
What we have pictured here, folks, is what is claimed to be the LG P930 Android smartphone – the very same that a rumor from yesterday introduced as the LG Nitro HD for AT&T. Sure, the image that our tipster provided is a bit blurry, yet at a glance, both the device in the spy shot and the smartphone from yesterday's leak appear to share the same curves at their top and bottom sides. If that is not convincing enough, the front-facing camera seems to be in the same spot on both handsets, meaning that it is very likely the real deal appearing in the spy image.

So, what do we know about the LG Nitro HD so far? Well, in terms of specs, we are dealing with one beast of a smartphone, and its 4.5-inch True HD IPS display will be one of its main selling points. Computing power is provided by a 1.5GHz dual-core chip backed up by a gig of RAM, and an 8-megapixel camera is meant to satisfy your photographic needs. As far as connectivity is concerned, keeping you hooked up to the internet is a tandem of LTE and HSPA+ radios.

However, bear in mind that the LG Nitro HD has never been officially announced by AT&T, so whether it will ever land on the carrier's shelves or not is something that we don't know for sure just yet. On the other hand, we know that Bell Canada is getting a version of the device, and with both today's and yesterday's leaks on the table, the possibility of the LG Nitro HD being officially unveiled is definitely on the rise.

Thanks to our tipster!


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