Unveiled prior to MWC in February and launched commercially in select European markets the next month, LG’s L90, a fairly distinguished budget mid-range offering, is also headed to T-Mobile. That much we knew already, thanks to @evleaks and his rock-solid sources, but until today, we had no idea vis-à-vis the “when” of the equation.
Well, now it’s a mystery no more. Assuming Tmo News is correct (and the online publication’s reputation precedes it), the L90 shall start selling with T-Mo Value Plans on April 23, i.e. three full weeks from today.
Pricing remains an enigma, however Magenta needs to fit the 4.7-inch Android KitKat-running smartphone somewhere between the Optimus F3 and G2. Sooo, $300 full retail price, with no upfront charge? Make it $280, or better yet, $250, T-Mo, and I’m in.
After all, the L90 is basically an LG G2 mini sans the quirky physical button setup. With a bit of added battery juice, no less, courtesy of a massive 2,540 mAh ticker. Such a shame about the underwhelming 960 x 540 pixels resolution display, because otherwise, the handheld is a winner, packing quad-core Snapdragon 400 oomph, 1 GB RAM and an 8 MP rear camera with LED flash.
Via [Tmo News]