In advance of their official launch at MWC next week, LG has unveiled its latest batch of smartphones.
The L90, L70 and L40 are part of the L Series III range.
While none of the handsets are terribly exciting, they will all run Android 4.4 KitKat, which has so far been reserved primarily for high-end phones. They will all have an option for LG’s Quick Window cover too, which – again – has previously only been available on flagship devices.
Pricing has not yet been disclosed, but that is expected to be announced on February 24, along with full specs for all three phones. What we know so far, is:
The ‘best’ of the three new phones, the L90 will have a 4.7-inch IPS display with qHD (540×960 pixels) resolution. It’ll have a 1.2GHz quad-core processor with 1GB of RAM and will rock an eight-megapixel rear and 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera. The 2540mAh battery will be removable and the device will measure 131.6 x 66.0 x 9.7mm.
The 4.5-inch screen will have a 400×800 pixel IPS display and will also come with 1GB of RAM, this time paired with a 1.2GHz dual-core processor. The L70 will offer a choice of eight-megapixel or five-megapixel rear cameras (there’s a front-facer too), comes with 4GB of storage and a removable 2100mAh removable battery. Measurements of 127.2 x 66.8 x 9.5mm in dimensions mean it’s more svelte than the L90.
The lowest-spec of the three, the L40 is a little thicker than the other two, at 109.4 x 59.0 x 11.9mm. It will have a 3.5-inch screen with 320×480 pixel resolution and will be powered by 512MB of RAM and a dual-core 1.2GHz chip. There’s no front-facing camera, and the rear snapper is just three-megapixels. The battery us smaller, too, at just 1700mAh or 1540mAh.