Samsung Galaxy S2 vs LG Nitro HD 38 by Paul Nuñal on January 5, 2012 1:33 am 13 The recent launch of the LG Nitro HD was expected to make huge waves in the mobile phone industry. Produced by LG, the phone carries an award-winning AH-IPS screen with HD capability. Rising hype concerning the new technology went frantic, with reviews claiming the LG phone’s display to be way better than the display of any other device in the market, including Samsung’s Super AMOLED Plus screen found on the Samsung Galaxy S2 and other devices. As the new year starts to unfold, it is fitting to take a look again at how LG’s gorgeous HD phone fares against Samsung’s worldwide best-seller, the Samsung Galaxy S2. Can each one outdo each other in a battle of smarts, wits, and functionality? Read on to find out. Design and Display When it comes to display, both phones come from two totally different worlds. The Galaxy S2 sports the smaller, 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus display, while the Nitro HD packs a 4.5-inch AH-IPS LCD display. LG had a nice run with its new technology as the Nitro HD can boast of 326 ppi pixel density on its display and is capable of offering 720×1280 resolution. On the other hand, the Galaxy S2 packs 217 ppi on its 480×800 screen. Comparing pixel densities, the LG Nitro HD clearly wins the round for display sharpness and clarity. The Nitro HD is a well-polished and good-looking handset for a flagship phone. It is also designed with high-quality materials, giving the device a tough exterior. Slimmer than the Nitro HD, the Galaxy S2 is one sexy device measuring 8.5 mm at its thinnest point. The hint of a chin at the back and and all-plastic cover makes up the Galaxy S2’s body. Processor When it comes to processing power, the Galaxy S2 is all about sheer power….