Before the recently concluded Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, kicked off, LG had already revealed a trio of handsets from the L Series III range, where they include the LG L90. At the end of last month, we also reported that the LG L90 could very well make its way over to T-Mobile, and here we are with word that the LG L90 will indeed start to roll out from this week onward. Being the cream of the L Series III crop, the LG L90 would boast of a simple and yet stylish aesthetic to keep company the most up-to-date UX features. LG hopes to position the LG L90 as a smartphone that offers plenty of bang for your hard earned buck, but will it be able to usurp the best selling Motorola Moto G?
The LG L90’s main hardware specifications would include a quad-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm MSM8226 chipset, a 4.7-inch qHD IPS (960 x 540 resolution at 235 ppi) display, 8GB of internal memory that can be further expanded via an SD memory card slot, 1GB RAM, an 8MP shooter at the back or a 5MP autofocus camera, depending on the region which it is released in, a front-facing 1.3MP camera, Android 4.4 KitKat as the operating system of choice, alongside a 2,540mAh battery to keep it chugging all day long.
It is also the first L Series III device to offer Knock Code, which is the latest consumer-centric feature that makes easy powering on and unlocking. Expect the LG L90 to be available initially in the CIS region (Commonwealth of Independent States) before other markets worldwide follow. [Press Release]