Hi guys! We are live from MWC 2014 at Barcelona and LG has just announced a few Android smartphones. Among the various devices in various price ranges, LG announced a couple of mid-range LTE enabled smartphones in the LG F series of smartphones – LG F70 and LG F90. Among the two, going by naming convention, LG F90 seems the better of the two and it is indeed. We went hands on with the device and you can check out the quick hands on video right below.
The LG F90 is a typical mid range smartphone with mid-range specifications as follows –
- 4.7inch qHD(540×960 pixels) display
- Quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor
- 512MB RAM
- 4GB internal storage and microSD card slot
- LTE, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS
- 8MP rear camera and VGA front camera
- 3000mAh battery
- Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box
It comes with an official Q-Window case from Window and has LG’s software gimmicks like Q-Slide apps, multitasking apps and others. We also had time to shoot a few pictures of the LG F90 and you can check them out right below.
On the front, most of the phone is dominated the display and there is a physical home button with a capacitive touch keys on either side.
On the back, there is a 8MP camera along with LED flash.
On the left side, we have the power lock button.
Over on the left side of the device, we have the volume rocker.
The back of the device is made of a matte finish back and it is scratch and finger print proof.
On the bottom, we have the microUSB port and the loud speaker grill.
The LG F90 is for LTE markets and is expected to arrive in Q2 2014.