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    We first got a look at LG's L90 back during MWC, going hands-on with the model alongside the rest of the new L-series devices. A little bit later, we started hearing about LG's release plans for the L90, and a leak (above) suggested the phone was destined for T-Mobile in the States. While the carrier still hasn't gone official with its plans, a new leak manages to fill us in on the details, revealing plans to begin sales later this month. According to the leaked roadmap, T-Mobile plans to introduce the L90 on April 23 (a date that could well be shaping up to be a pretty big one for ...

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    We've seen the LG L90, alongside the rest of the L Series III phones -- L35, L40, L65, L70 -- at the Barcelona show floor last week while at MWC 2014, but the South Korean phone maker has now made the device official via a press release that states it will start rolling out next week, initially in the CIS region followed by other markets around the world. It packs a 4.7-inch qHD display with 540 x 960 resolution and it is powered by a quad-core 1.2GHz Qualcomm processor; there's also one gig of RAM, 8GB of internal storage (expandable via microSD card), an eight/five-megapixel camera on ...

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    LG did not make a big deal about its MWC presence this year: no "Unpacked" event, no grand unveiling - all the high-end stuff LG had to share it already announced weeks ago. But that's far from saying that the company didn't have anything worth showing off, and we keep learning about more and more LG handsets crawling out of the woodwork. We already told you about those F-series models that popped up over the weekend, and now we've got a couple more L-series phones to share with you, as we go hands-on with the family. It was just over a week ago when LG first broke news of its L40, L70, ...

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    Last year, LG brought quite a few new smartphones to the Mobile World Congress, but it just couldn't help itself from spoiling the surprise a couple weeks early, like we saw it do with the Optimus L Series II. The three models it introduced then were all pretty low on the hardware ladder, designed more for affordability than anything even approaching cutting-edge specs. This year LG's up to its old tricks, and outed a trio of new L-series phones yesterday. This time the numbering steps up a little, and instead of the L3, L5, and L7 we have the L40, L70, and L90. Specs are still quite low, ...

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