For LG Optimus F6 D500 Leopard Design Full Diamond Hard Protector Cover Case with Stylus
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For LG Optimus F6 D500 Leopard Design Full Diamond Hard Protector Cover Case with Stylus Pen and ApexGears Phone Bag (Gold Leopard)
- perfect fit
- Allows easy access to all buttons, controls and ports
- protects phone from scratches and chips
- *FREE ApexGears Phone Bag Included
This hard case provides protection by preventing scratches and chips. Hard plastic was reinforced to front edges, sides and back of the wireless device to endure the life of the case. This protector has openings precisely made for the top and side buttons, charger port/dock connector, headset jack and speaker to allow full access to all the functions the phone offers. This premium case will keep your device safe.
- LG P930 "NITRO HD" Black Android Touch
Running on Android OS, the LG Nitro HD phone, with a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor, ensures smoother operations. This LG smartphone features an immersive 4.5-inch True HD touchscreen display, which delivers images with 720 x 1280-pixel resolution. This LG touchscreen phone utilizes the HD-IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen technology that features accelerometer sensors, proximity sensors, and touch-sensitive controls. With GPRS connectivity, the LG Nitro HD phone enables data transfer over the cellular network. The built-in Wi-Fi connectivity of this LG smartphone allows you to surf the internet when at hotspots. Capture your precious moments with true-to-life colors and clarity by using the 8 MP camera of this LG touchscreen phone.
The high-definition screen has 1280 X 720 resolution to bring you amazing color and detail (view larger).
Great for on-the-go people weighing only 4.5 oz. (view larger). LG Nitro HD P930 at a Glance:
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A little history. This was my first Android phone purchase. Prior to owning this phone, I had an Iphone 3G, an Iphone 4, and a Windows HTC Surround. The HTC Surround is what I was using before selecting the LG Nitro (for those that like the Zune player, there is a music app called Ubermusic that looks almost identical to the Zune player).
I was seriously thinking about upgrading to a Nokia Lumia as I did like my HTC Surround. I am so glad I didn't. There are so many things the Android can do that the Windows phone can't even touch yet. To list the differences, it would take all day. Trust me. I've used the Windows phone since it came out, and although it's functional, there are just too many limitations on it to compete.
Here is what I like:
Great screen! HD looks great and has the best display I've seen yet for a 4.5 inch screen. I don't have any issues with response times or any glitches with web browsing. I already own an Android tablet, so downloading and installing previous apps was a painless process. This thing is fast! It's my first 4g (no 4G LTE in my area yet) phone, so the download speeds are night and day to me. Some people have bashed the LG custom configuration to the screen, but as this is my first Android phone, so it doesn't seem different to me in any way. As far as storage capacity goes, there is 4 gb of internal memory and comes with a 16gb Micro SD HD card installed. I already replaced it with a ScanDisk 64 gb card and the phone recognized it right away (It states it only supports up to 32 but 64 does work). The camera quality is the best I've had with a phone. To me it's just as good as my daughters Iphone 4 (with more features). The video quality is excellent as well. Also, I made sure that AT&T confirmed that ICS was going to happen for this model, and it is.
Surprise! The battery doesn't hold up as well as the Iphone, but what else does? Not counting the first week of heavy usage (because it's a new toy), a standard days use will now end up with about 25% left in the tank at the end of the night. I have plenty of chargers around, so to me it's not much of a hindrance. The bloat ware that comes with the phone is kind of irritating, but most of it can be uninstalled. The one that cannot be uninstalled and makes me angry is Zynga Poker HD. I wish I could uninstall it, but it won't let me. Maybe some day I'll root the phone and do it but don't want to void the warranty as it is still new.
Overall, I'm very happy with it and am surprised that it is not as popular as other models. That's mainly why I wrote this review, to spread the love I have with my phone.
I upgraded to this from another LG android, the P506 (LG Thrive,) and the Nitro is leaps and bounds ahead of it. The Thrive could hardly play music (sometimes it took several seconds to manually switch to the next song, much worse than anything other reviewers are complaining about,) while the Nitro can play any 1080p video I want, with no problem! There is no match for AT&T phones at this price.
I saw another reviewer saying that they have to press several times to get a response, and I only notice that I have to press HARDER on the screen than I did the Thrive, there's really no problem with the digitizer.
And it get's even better if you can manage to get the Android 4.0 leak installed. It's tough to do with the latest 2.3 update (the new update can't be rooted,) but it can be done, and it's worth it.
Other reviewers, please don't give 1 star reviews for the smallest things (like the battery is too small, or you have to press the screen harder than you want to, or it starts talking about you behind your back, whatever.) It makes your reviews look petty. If you REALLY can't stand the battery life, drop an extra 20 bucks on an extended battery. the 3800mah batteries is nearly triple the life of the stock battery, and they even give you a new back cover for the thicker battery.