The wallet-friendly Optimus L90 features Android 4.4.2 and a backside coating that protects itself against scratches.
Available at T-Mobile for $228 prepaid, the LG Optimus L90 packs plenty of features in an affordable handset, including a 4.7-inch screen, Android KitKat, and a quad-core processor.
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The rear- and front-facing cameras offer a variety of options. Both have
a brightness meter, five white-balance options, four color effects, a
timer, geotagging, and voice shutter.
The L90 is powered by a 1.2GHz
quad-core processor and a sizeable 2,460mAh removable battery, which has a
reported talk time of 6 hours.
As the biggest member of the L-series family,
the L90 features larger measurements while remaining pocketable and
easy to hold. It is 5.18 inches tall, 2.60 inches wide, and 0.38 inch
The handset's battery door here is coated with
a special “self-healing” material that we saw previously on the G Flex. The slick coating is meant to protect the handset from minor scratches and scruffs.
With the IR blaster situated on the top edge, the QuickRemote app can turn the handset into a remote for household devices like a TV or cable box.
The 4.7-inch qHD touchscreen has a 960x540-pixel resolution. Despite the
display's low resolution, the screen is still bright and vivid, and is easily viewable in direct sunlight.
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