LG’s L90 could be headed to the U.S. on T-Mobile’s network later this month, based on a newly leaked carrier roadmap obtained by TmoNews. Today’s leak suggests the mid-range handset will launch on April 23, though LG’s phone will face competition from a new “Samsung Sales Incentive” lasting through May 20, which means T-Mobile is going to be pushing sales of Samsung handsets at the same time LG’s phone makes its debut.
The L90 is one of three new handsets in LG’s new L Series III lineup along with the smaller L70 and L40. It comes equipped with a 4.7-inch 960 x 540-pixel display, a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 8GB of storage, 1GB of RAM, a 2540mAh battery, an 9-megapixel camera, and runs Android 4.4 KitKat with LG’s own UI on top. It’s an entry-level device but it at least runs some of LG’s latest software, which the company has started to do across its entire portfolio of smartphones.
There’s still no word on how much the L90 will cost, though its specs shouldn’t command much from your wallet. With the HTC One (M8) and Galaxy S5 hitting the market the L90 may not end up getting much attention, but it’s definitely going to be an entry-level and affordable option for folks who aren’t looking for, or don’t need, a flagship Android smartphone.