What makes LG Nitro’s True HD IPS Display so amazing? 16:9 Aspect ratio for widescreen entertainment, sharper, crisper images, amazingly accurate colors and more.
Let’s face it, my at-home man cave is equipped to keep me sedentary. Everything in my personal space revolves around my 65-inch HD widescreen television, where I can watch my Steelers play football or watch the latest episode of “Homeland.” When a question arises – “What miniseries did that actor on “Homeland” once appear in?” – I can roll off my couch, warm up my laptop, enter the question into Google and quickly have my answer: “Band of Brothers.” That kind of wide-ranging interaction is usually lost the moment I leave my man cave and hit the streets. After all, I don’t usually take my widescreen television and laptop with me when I take the train into the city on business.
Well now I can, but in a much more manageable way. With the new LG Nitro HD smartphone, my man cave can officially hit the road. With an amazing 16:9 aspect ratio, the 4.5 inch screen gives you the real high-definition experience – on your phone! This ratio provides widescreen entertainment with sharper, crisper images with amazing accurate colors. How does it achieve this? Well, real RGB striped pixels produce the startling accurate color. And 329 pixels per inch account for the sharp, crisp images. Better yet, the efficient display allows for optimal power consumption. And because your LG Nitro HD smartphone has other uses – ya know, like serving as a phone – the battery allows for up to 7 hours of talk time.
On a recent business trip to the city, I watched a trailer for “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows,” surfed the Web to find additional background details on some prospective clients, and relaxed by watching some funny HD videos on YouTube. In between, I called my wife and told her what she was getting for Christmas: Her own LG Nitro HD smartphone.
What makes LG Nitro’s True HD IPS Display so amazing? 16:9 Aspect ratio for widescreen entertainment, sharper, crisper images, amazingly accurate colors and more. Exclusively available on AT&T’s 4G LTE network. Find out more at www.NitrobyLG.com.
This Good Men Project post was written by me about LG Nitro on behalf of Technorati media
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