LG L90 User Reviews
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Good Phone for a teenager or Light phone user
canner has owned it for more than one year before publishing this review
I had this phone for Well over a year and i gotta say i was impessed with it as an everyday usage device. My advice is for it is to know what your getting. this device Is an upper low range smart phone. its not a flagship model and it was never meant to be. this is a working mans phone.
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LG Optimus L90
wolverinexmen9 has owned it for less than year before publishing this review
This is the best phone money can buy right now. $99.60 at T-Mobile store. My third brother bought this phone first. My girlfriend bought it next. Then my second brother bought it too. Nice features like the self-healing back and perfect screen size at 4.7inches. It's not your $600 phone so it only can do so much. 1GB or RAM so too many games and apps will slow it down. 5mp Camera is average. No lag from average use. Battery life is AWESOME! Can get like at least a day and a half out of this 2,460mAh battery. It really packs a punch! No auto-brightness. No LTE either. Almost not needed. Comes preinstalled with 4.4 Kit Kat. Overall, great phone for the money.
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Was a good phone for the time, nowadays you shouldn't get it
TheWildShadow55 has owned it for more than one year before publishing this review
I haven't had this phone for a while so I can't say a whole lot about it. I had this phone from 2014-2015 and from the time I had it I could say it was a pretty good budget phone but it definitely had some flaws. I'll talk about the good stuff first though. It's quite durable and the screen looks pretty good although being pretty low res, battery life was not the worst and although the camera isn't all that great, it's still capable of taking some good photos that can impress. Here's two examples: https://prntscr.com/htkeky https://prntscr.com/htkemn
Some problems I had with the phone were that it didn't have much storage so I'd often find myself running out of space and having to cut down on the amount of pictures I'd take (I only had about 300 pictures on it by the time I replaced it) and it's speakers weren't very loud. I also remember that it's only capable of going up to 4G, there's no LTE support which shows this phone's age. Overall, for the time it was a good phone but now it's only useful as a basic use phone, like an introduction to android almost. Nowadays I'd recommend the LG Aristo or LG Stylo 3+.
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very decent phone
beara has owned it for less than year before publishing this review
I bought this phone as a backup while my Galaxy S5 screen was getting repaired. I like everything on the phone except the camera takes terrible pictures! I have it set to the full 5 megapixels but the picture quality is still very poor. I paid $149 for the phone without a contract & I think it's an excellent phone for the price.
albiRB has owned it for less than 3 months before publishing this review
I have bought LG L90 in December and so far so good. It is not the best phone especially if compared in singular aspects to S4 and the like but considering the price i think it is a good one. I think it is decent for a normal usage (i only play chess and i enjoy playing it on my LG L90 rather than in my laptop). i have compared it to better phones my friends own and they offer more or less the same usage and layout. the difference is they have more RAM. Camera quality leaves a lot to be desired although i do not particularly care about it. The most important thing for me is navigating on internet and receiving emails in real time which is great for the moment, especially if you go wifi...
Nice Backup Phone
loccoandy has owned it for less than year before publishing this review
This phone i purchased as an emergency phone and also it had not too bad specs for being a budget phone. The phone has an "ok" display and a pretty smooth UI. It lacks space like other budget phones and also it lacks LTE support and doesn't play HD videos recorded on another phone, but does a hell of a job as a for what it is.
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needed a quick replacement phone
vegas1994 has owned it for less than 3 months before publishing this review
I started out the year with the samsung galaxy s-3, but ran into problems with it in june. my carrier T-Mobile sent me a nexus4 as a replacement device since they had no spare galaxy s-3 devices. the first nexus4 didn't work, it would power on and that was it. the second nexus4 device worked for about three weeks, before it just died one day, the phone powered off and that was it. so because i had received two replacement devices and my wife didn't want to make changes to our cellphone plan i had to settle for a cheap prepaid. so i stopped in at T-Mobile to look at available prepaid phones. the selection was limited, I think they had two choices. I started to leave when i decided to walk by and look at the regular phones, maybe i could find something reasonably priced. that is when i came upon the LG Optimus L90. I had several reviews on it and some other phones. while the reviews where informative, i wanted too see the device in action. the store i went too had the device out on display by the lg g2 and g3. I looked at all three devices and was impressed with the lg optimus L90. Okay sure you won't get all the bells and whistles you would get with the lg g3 or lg g2
phones. but for the price depending upon where you go, the phone can be had for under $200. it's a decent phone that takes decent videos and photos, my kids watch netflix and videos from Amazon on it. overall i have been very impressed
a really good phone
jaxy5000 has owned it for less than month before publishing this review
this is a good phone with mid ranged specifications and does play games really well.
a good buy if you are on a budjet. it is fairly light but still contains good built quality,+ when u install google now launcher fom google play (free) it looks like a high end smart phone
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