LG has just introduced to new smartphones at MWC 2014, the tech fair that is currently undergoing in Barcelona. We are talking about LG F70 and LG F90, two low-end smartphones that arrive with support for 4G LTE networks. Besides F90 and F70, the Korea-based phone maker also introduced its G Pro 2 flagship and the G2 Mini, at the same event.
However, it seems that LG didn’t forget about the customers who don’t want to spend too much on a smartphone, but who want to be able to take advantage of the download speeds of the 4G LTE networks.
The LG F70 runs Android 4.4 KitKat out of the box and, as I was mentioning above, has support for LTE connectivity. The new low-end smartphone brings a 4.5-inch WVGA (480 x 800 pixels) screen, quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor, 512 MB of RAM, and 4 GB of native storage, expandable via microSD cards.
Besides 4G LTE, F70 also brings WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS, plus a 5 MP primary cam, VGA secondary cam, and 2,440 mAh battery.
On the other hand, the LG F90 brings a slightly larger 4.7-inch display with qHD (540 x 960 pixels) resolution, while being underpinned by the same quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor. Just like F70 it brings 512 MB of RAM, 4GB of microSD-expandable storage, LTE, WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, and Android 4.4 KitKat.
The other technical specifications include 8 MP rear-facing camera, VGA user-facing camera, and 3,000 mAh batery.
What’s even more extincting about the freshly-launched LG F70 and LG F90 smartphone is that both come with LG’s Q-Slide and Kock Code software features.