LG L90 is the affordable smartphone went official a year ago with a 4.7" display, Snapdragon 400 chip, and an 8MP cam all running on Android KitKat OS. It is pretty much the same phone as the LG G2 mini, but with front keys instead of the iconic rear control deck.
And now LG has sweetened it further by pushing the Android 5 Lollipop update on the dual-SIM flavor of the LG L90. The first market to get it is India, but we expect LG to expand the availability very soon.
The update is available over the air and weighs about 780MB. There is nothing in the changelog besides the "Android OS Upgrade". It will bring the new Material design across the interface though the Optimus UX skins almost everything.
Here is hoping LG develops Android Lollipop updates for the G2 mini and other L-series phones shortly.
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