Review in pictures
LG L90 Dual
Distinctive design and good handling
• Extremely slim bezels just like the
LG G2 and G Pro 2
• Four non-backlit keys below...
Lovely 4.7-inch display
• A 4.7-inch IPS panel adorns the front
• Displays rich colours. No signs of pixelation even thoug...
The camera app boasts tons of frills
• Fitted with 8-megapixel
camera at the back with an
LED flash
• The custom camera ap...
Decent camera quality but loses out on details
• The camera snaps good pictures, but pixelation creeps in as
soon as the i...
Runs Android 4.4 KitKat
• One of the very few devices
running the latest iteration of
Android
• Running atop the OS, there...
There’s a lot on offer, features-wise
• KnockCode allows you to create a
custom unlocking knock pattern that
works even wh...
Runs basic tasks well
• A Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 quad-core chipset with a clock speed of
1.2GHz powers the show
• The pro...
Takes care of your storage requirements, but
not without a microSD card
• Loaded with 8GB of onboard
storage out of which ...
Strong battery life
• With general usage, the L90
Dual can run for more than a
day
• Even with heavy usage, the
device can...
At a glance
• 4.7-inch, 960 x 540 pixels
(245 ppi)
• 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm
Snapdragon 400 processor
• Adreno 305 GPU
•...
-
• Average camera
• Middling specs
• Lacks a notification
LED and ambient
light sensor
• Non-backlit
navigation keys
Pros...
Pricing and verdict
“The LG L90 delivers a very good experience thanks to a nice
combination of hardware and software. LG’...
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The L90 sits at the top of LG's recently introduced mid-range L Series III lineup and runs Android KitKat. Unlike other manufacturers that water down their affordable devices in comparison to their high-end flagships, the South Korean brand’s offering gets all its software features from the top-end smartphones, the G2 and G Pro 2. Let’s take a visual tour of the LG L90 Dual's features, capabilities and real-world performance.

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LG L90 Dual review in pictures

  1. 1. Review in pictures LG L90 Dual
  2. 2. Distinctive design and good handling • Extremely slim bezels just like the LG G2 and G Pro 2 • Four non-backlit keys below the screen instead of the standard three-button layout • Placed alongside the back, home and options key, a dedicated SIM switch button gives the option to quickly change the default calling SIM • Features an IR blaster on the top panel • The textured back cover makes for easy handling • Can be used with a single hand comfortably
  3. 3. Lovely 4.7-inch display • A 4.7-inch IPS panel adorns the front • Displays rich colours. No signs of pixelation even though the resolution is 960 x 540 pixels • Sadly, misses out on an ambient light sensor which means that brightness needs to be set manually • Night Mode lowers the brightness automatically though
  4. 4. The camera app boasts tons of frills • Fitted with 8-megapixel camera at the back with an LED flash • The custom camera app makes it easier to access various shooting modes and adjust various settings • Allows shooting panoramas, Time Catch and continuous shots too • Lets you adjust ISO, exposure and brightness • Also capable of recording full HD videos
  5. 5. Decent camera quality but loses out on details • The camera snaps good pictures, but pixelation creeps in as soon as the images are zoomed in • The front-facing VGA camera is just useful for video calling or basic selfies
  6. 6. Runs Android 4.4 KitKat • One of the very few devices running the latest iteration of Android • Running atop the OS, there’s a custom skin • Right from the dialler and messaging app to the lock screen and app launcher, everything has been modified • Dragging the notification panel from the top brings a row of various toggles along with the notifications
  7. 7. There’s a lot on offer, features-wise • KnockCode allows you to create a custom unlocking knock pattern that works even when the display is off • QSlide opens a few floating apps on top of other apps • Quick Remote lets you control your TV with the use of IR emitter • Clip Tray saves all the text / images from the clipboard, making it easier to paste them anywhere • Smart Screen automatically turns off the display or pauses the video when you’re not facing the screen • Plug and Play shows apps that can be accessed as soon as earphones are plugged in • There are some preinstalled apps as well, such as LG Backup and Nimbuzz
  8. 8. Runs basic tasks well • A Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 quad-core chipset with a clock speed of 1.2GHz powers the show • The processor is supplemented by 1GB of RAM • Smoothly processes most of the tasks and quickly switches between apps as well • While playing graphics-heavy games, there are some jitters • Becomes quite hot even after 15 to 20 minutes of gameplay
  9. 9. Takes care of your storage requirements, but not without a microSD card • Loaded with 8GB of onboard storage out of which around 3.68GB is available out of the box • Enough for installing most of the apps and games including sizeable ones like Asphalt 8 • Can be extended by making use of a microSD card of up to 32GB • Sadly, misses out on the USB OTG feature, which means you can’t plug in your USB drive
  10. 10. Strong battery life • With general usage, the L90 Dual can run for more than a day • Even with heavy usage, the device can give you a day’s worth of backup • Power Saver feature is also available to conserve the battery when it’s low • Switches off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth when the battery is below a certain threshold
  11. 11. At a glance • 4.7-inch, 960 x 540 pixels (245 ppi) • 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor • Adreno 305 GPU • 1GB RAM • 8GB storage with microSD slot • 8MP primary camera with flash, 0.3MP front camera • Android 4.4.2 KitKat • 2,540mAh battery • Dual-SIM (3G support only on the first slot), Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GPS
  12. 12. - • Average camera • Middling specs • Lacks a notification LED and ambient light sensor • Non-backlit navigation keys Pros and cons + • Sturdy build quality • Good display • All-day battery life • Useful software features
  13. 13. Pricing and verdict “The LG L90 delivers a very good experience thanks to a nice combination of hardware and software. LG’s addition of software features on top of Android 4.4 KitKat comes in handy in many situations. Its pricing might seem a tad higher compared to the competition, but the L90 is still a worthy dual-SIM option to consider in the mid-range territory.” LG L90 Dual ~ Rs 16,000 (online price)

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