The LG L90 Dual is a mid-range smartphone in the L Series III that was introduced this year, with a few devices in the pack, all of them running the latest OS version. The LG L90 Dual comes with a 4.7-inch qHD display and there is a decent hardware packed in. Check out our LG L90 hands-on to know how we felt while using the device for the first time.
Check out the Photo Gallery of the LG L90 Dual below, with the photos giving you an idea of the design and the buttons, slots and speakers located on the external side of the phone.
The buttons on the L90 Dual are: A lock / power key on the right side, volume rocker switch on the left side. The touch based buttons on the front bottom are – Back, Home, Menu and Network settings / SIM switch. Surprisingly, for a mid-range device, LG has included an IR (Infra-red) blaster on the top, beside the secondary mic. The IR blaster would help the device in functioning like a remote where the TVs, Set Top Boxes can be controlled. The 3.5mm headset jack is located on the top, while the MicroUSB port is in the bottom.
There are sensors, a Front camera and the speaker grill with the LG branding on the front top above the display, while there are just the touch based keys in the bottom.
The L90 Dual runs Android 4.4.2 KitKat layered by Optimus UI which looks pretty neat with a lot of options, including the Knock Code feature, which was introduced this year for an extra layer of security for unlocking the screen.
The phone has a 5-megapixel rear camera with the LED flash, and the speaker is located on the back, near the bottom. The back is textured matte type in finish, thus providing an extra grip while holding the phone.
The back cover of LG L90 is removable, and only after removing the back cover, one can insert the two SIM cards and MicroSD card. The back cover is all plastic, bendable and very light in weight.