LG had a new MWC event and we must all admit that it wasn’t too much of a surprise given the fact that the company made the announcements of its handsets in advance. We have just seen the L-series budget line and now it’s the perfect time to talk about the F models which look much more promising. It has been revealed that both its LG F70 and LG F90 phones will feature Android 4.4 KitKat when they go up for sale, not to mention that they support LTE and come with the popular ‘Knock Code’ feature which lets you unlock the handset with a specific series of taps on the screen while it is asleep, so we guess that we have convinced you that they deserve all our attention:
LG F70 comes as a modest LTE device that gets its power from a quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor, also having a decent 4.5inch WVGA display with a limited resolution of only 480×800 pixels. Here you can also find 1GB of RAM to support the processor, along with 4GB of storage with a microSD card slot. As for that front-facing VGA camera, don’t you imagine that it comes alone, but along with a 5MP camera placed on the back of the LG F70 phone. And as we have already told you, it will ship with the latest Android 4.4 KitKat version, but probably with LG’s skin on top of it.
LG F90 is a bigger version of its LG F70 brother, coming with a 4.7inch qHD display that has a slightly better resolution of 540×960 pixels, as well as with a 8MP shooter on the back (but accompanied by an unchanged VGA front-facing camera).
The power is though offered by a quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor; as for its battery, it is relatively decent at 3000mAh battery, the key feature remaining the KitKat OS version that many of you are eager to try.
But, both LG F70 and LG F90 will be only released in the coming months, so we’ll keep you updated.