LG Nitro HD (AT&T)

It's got a 4.5-inch full HD display, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 8-megapixel camera, 1080p video support, and a front-facing camera. We're looking forward to getting up to our elbows in the NitroHD once we get it in our hot little hands (we have our first impressions for now).
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LG Doubleplay (T-Mobile)

Cute concept, but the Doubleplay's secondary screen-within-the-keyboard design just flustered and confused us.
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LG Enlighten (Verizon)

The LG Enlighten is a great choice for U.S. Cellular customers looking for a simple Android phone with a physical keyboard.
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LG Marquee (Sprint)

One of our favorite Sprint offerings, the gorgeous Marqee has a truly brilliant display, but no 4G support.
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LG Esteem (MetroPCS)

On paper, it's MetroPCS' top phone, but the Esteem's poor battery life does nobody any favors.
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LG Thrill 4G (AT&T)

If you get a kick out of 3D photography and games, the LG Thrill 4G is strong; however, other handsets outperformed it.
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LG Genesis (U.S. Cellular)

The LG Genesis is a petite Android smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard.
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LG Revolution (Verizon)

Sadly, the LG Revolution's high price and good, but hardly earth-shaking feature set left it a good phone for Verizon, but not our top pick.
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LG Thrive (AT&T)

A prepaid option for AT&T customers, the LG Thrive was decent, but limiting.
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LG Phoenix (AT&T)

Pricing was good for this entry-level Phoenix.
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T-Mobile G2X

The T-Mobile G2X was the U.S. version of the first dual-core smartphone, the Optimus 2X, and a terrific all-around handset. It earned a coveted CNET Editors' Choice award.
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LG Optimus V (and family)

LG's strategy of selling simple, inexpensive Android handsets like the Optimus V for Virgin Mobile was a smart strategy to quickly move products, and evangelize LG. At the time, the phones were a forward-thinking replacement for feature phones. Now, however, they're a dime a dozen.
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