LG Optimus LTE

Also known as the LG P930, LG Nitro HD, LG-P935

User Reviews:


Canada: Bell, Latitude Wireless, NorthernTel, TELUS


November 2011


  • 4.5" True HD ISP display
  • 1.5 GHz dual-core processor
  • 8.0 MP camera with HD video capture
  • Android 2.3


Latest Reviews

5 Stars out of 5

lovin it

Reviewed on Thursday December 6, 2012 by , fort saskatchewan
I've had this phone for a 8 months and it still kicks butt on performance. I had an I phone before and there is no comparison. This phone is excellent _ no issues at all, I'm with bell for now.
4 Stars out of 5

Great phone

Reviewed on Sunday September 9, 2012 by , St.Paul Alberta
Got phone with Bell mobility/3 year plan on Jan/2012.
Attracted to phone because of its large HD screen at that time.Easy to use,and save money by useing wi-fi
to power computors, getting rid of turbo stick.
4 Stars out of 5

LG Optimus LTE

Reviewed on Saturday July 7, 2012 by , Smithers, BC
I got this phone a month ago on a 3 year contract with Telus Mobility. This is the first smartphone I have owned, and so far I'm impressed. I have found the phone fairly easy to use even without consulting the manual much, and when I do, the instructions make sense. I did in-store comparisons, and even without the promotional deal, I felt the LG Optimus LTE was my best choice for a phone I would have to live with for the next 3 years. It is capable of many tasks. The camera works well, and takes decent photos, uploading to Facebook etc, is a snap. Video quality seems to be fairly good, although I am still learning the best way to use it. The music player is easy to use, good quality sound. Screen personalization is nice, getting apps is easy, and call quality has been good, although after coming from a simple flip phone, I need to remember to position this one a bit differently.
Overall, I am pleased with the many capabilities this phone has--a true multi-task device! My only real complaint is that the battery needs to be charged often when all of these features are being used, but at least the phone has the courtesy to let you know audibly--when it is at 15% power remaining.