LG L90 Hitting T-Mobile Stores on April 23rd

LG announced a trio of mid-range and low-end devices at Mobile World Congress back in February. One of those was the LG L90, which appears to be heading to T-Mobile. Likely to even out their lineup and bring a few more affordable smartphones in for those that just need a phone that works, without all the bells and whistles of the LG G2, or the Samsung Galaxy S5. The LG L90 will likely be very popular with their prepaid plans, which are already pretty popular. I believe the asking price - unlocked of course - is around $200-250 for this device, so it'd be pretty cheap if you get it with a monthly payment.

The specs of the LG L90 are pretty much what you'd expect from a low-end or mid-range device. That includes a 4.7-inch qHD (that's 960x540) display, 1GB of RAM, 1.2GHz quad-core processor - likely a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chipset, Android 4.4.2 KitKat and a 5-megapixel camera on the back. It even comes with LG's famous Knock Code, which was new on the LG G Pro 2 which was announced in February. LG had stated that they are putting Knock Code on every device, even their low-end and mid-range stuff like the LG L90, which is definitely nice to see.

So far, this is all just a leak. There's nothing confirmed about the LG L90 hitting T-Mobile later this month. However, we have seen leaks from Evleaks about the LG L90 with a T-Mobile logo on the back. So it's likely coming, just the launch date is still up in the air. It looks like a pretty nice device, especially if its around $200. But then again the Moto G is less than $200, and has slightly better specs, like a front-facing camera and a HD display. However there's no LTE, which the LG L90 will have LTE if T-Mobile is going to sell it.

How many of you are interested in another LG low-end device on T-Mobile?

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