LG’s latest Android smartphone, the L90, a member of the LG L III series, is going to be released this week in the CIS region (Russia and the surrounding Eurasian countries). Not long after that, the handset will be introduced in other markets around the world. As previously reported, the L90 runs Android 4.4 KitKat.
The LG L90 features a 4.7-inch qHD IPS display, a quad-core 1.2GHz CPU, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of expandable memory, a 8MP/5MP (depends on markets) camera with 1.3MP front-facer, Knock Code wake-up system and a 2540 mAh battery. Dimensions come in at 131.6x66x9.7 mm.
LG didn’t unveil the official price of the LG L90, but I assume it won’t cost more than $350.
The LG L90 was officially announced last month, a couple of weeks or so before MWC, alongside two other new L III Series handsets: L70 and L40. These run Android Kitkat, too.
LG L90 Phone Photos - LG Cell Phone Pictures
Here we’re going to show you how to modify your LG G2 to be able to shoot 4K video and 120 frames per second clips for slow-mos.
How to shoot 4K video and 120fps slow-mos on LG G2 Steps:
LG G2 Phone Photos - LG Cell Phone Pictures
We have some good news for anyone still rocking an LG G Flex as their daily driver. According to phonearena.com, the 6.0-inch handset will support 4K video recording thanks to a software update to Android 4.4 Kitkat. An user Agent profile leaked that the 6-inch device will offer 2160p video.
The schedule for the update will be announced soon, it seems. It’s wholly unclear when it will be officially released, but if you own an LG G Flex, don’t give up hope. An official Kitkat treat may just arrive on your phone in the future.
LG G Flex Phone Photos - LG Cell Phone Pictures