LG still has a long way to go before it can finally impose itself as a strong opponent for the likes of Samsung and Apple. And the best way to attain that status, as expected, is to keep continuing pushing out devices so as to keep pace with the market.
Fresh out of releasing the brand new LG G2 handset, the South Korea-based tech company has now successfully released yet another smartphone in the form of LG L90. The L90 has been potentially aimed at the more affordable section of the smartphone market.
Going through the device's highlighted specifications, the LG L90 Dual comes with a display measuring 4.7-inch. It has a capacitive touch screen display with a resolution of 960 x 540 pixels, and is powered by a 1.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor with Adreno 305 GPU coupled with similar 1GB RAM.
The device runs on Android 4.4 KitKat OS, while the in-device camera is also better with 8MP sensor with LED flash at the rear side and 1.3MP front-facing shooter. The L90 comes with 8GB native storage which is expandable up to 32GB with microSD.
Connectivity remains regular with 3G (HSPA+21Mbps), Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS and also the same Dual SIM with dedicated SIM switch key is available in the handset. It comes with a dimension of 131.6 x 66.0 x 9.7mm and is powered by a 2,540 mAh battery.
But while all those specifications look good enough on paper, what exactly are the features that remain worth mentioning for the new device? Here are the top 5 features for the LG L90.
This one reason has been so powerful that it has driven an entire boatload of dedicated smartphone users to change their devices and use one that actually runs the new Android KitKat.
And now with the LG L90 finally up for grabs running the same version of Android, we don't see any reason why the LG device shoudn't also become equally popular.
The LG-made L90 has been packed with smarter features that have been sported by the new LG devices. The L90 model offers a certain Plug and Pop feature, which immediately offers you the apps you may need when you plug in either the USB cable or the earphone jack.
Apart from that, the handset also boasts the Capture Plus that will allow users to save a webpage and view it offline. Also, the handset comes with a Quick Memo that allows users to be creative on screen.
LG knows the importance of security in this modern era filled with hacks and compromises. And has hence packed the L90 with the new Knock Code technology. The Knock Code allows users to lock and unlock their phones via a personal combination code by tapping on the different parts of the screen.
Apart from that, the smartphone also features a Guest Mode that allows users to create a different profile when another person is using their phone.
The LG L90, similar to the likes of L40 and L70, comes with a True IPS screen display. And in case you weren't aware, this screen feature is usually packed in high-end monitors.
What this will do is give users a better color offering, alongside impressive viewing angles. And for the sake of comparison, both Apple and Samsung already make use of this.
The LG L90's media playback is taken care via an impressive pair of IEMs. The music player, which is pretty robust in nature, offers users a number of ways for sorting the music.
The video playback for the device, also quite an impressive affair, offers a solid 1080p files playback, alongside most other video formats and codecs.