Though it doesn't have LTE and takes unimpressive photos, the LG Optimus L90 remains a worthy midrange contender that you should look at if you're on a budget.
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The Un-carrier and its no-contract brand will carry an entry-level LG Optimus handset each, aimed at wallet-conscious customers.
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Sporting a 4.7-inch touchscreen, Android 4.4.2 KitKat, and a quad-core processor, the LG Optimus L90 is an affordable mid-tier handset for T-Mobile.
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The midrange LG Optimus L9 from T-Mobile runs on Android 4.0, a dual-core CPU, and 4G speeds.