LG L70 Dual Budget Smartphone – Review

The last LG product reviewed was LG G2. After reviewing amazing smartphone Lenovo vibe Z we received a special guest from LG named LG L70 dual to do review and we spent more than a week amount of time and again Impressed by it.

InBox Content

  • Handset
  • A Charger
  • A Micro-USB to USB Cable
  • Normal Ear Phones
  • Documentation (Quick Start Guide and Warranty information)

LG L70 Specification

  • 4.5 Inch 480 x 800 pixel IPS screen
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 1.2Ghz Dual core cortex A7, Adreno 302
  • 4GB internal, Expandable upto 32GB
  • 1GB RAM
  • 5MP rear Cam and VGA Front CAM
  • Android v4.4.2 Kitkat
  • 2100 mAh battery

Well this is something important as a budget smartphone many company manufacturer compromises with build in order for specs or vice-versa. When I unboxed the device I would say that the build was good. The hand fit able 4.5 inch screen with thinner bezels and those four capacitive buttons at bottom, one specially dedicated for dual sim functionality was amazing. It’s quiet a loose build when it falls everything will be shattered like the cover, battery and handset. Thinking about the price point I think it’s better to Micromax phones with some glossy looks. It has no huge screen as we seen in photos yeah but that’s the reason it fits in one hand and you can easily type with one hand in comfort. The call speaker at top with 4 capacitive buttons at bottom, a new special button to switch the sim functionality the 4th button is introduced. Back had a 5mp shooter an decent one with flash.

This is important thing to talk as we already had reviewed the LG G2 the Operating system looks same and in kitkat it’s been more enhanced what I seen. I use to be browsing the web and if call comes it doesn’t take full instead a pop up comes out with 3 buttons to accept, reject or to SMS that’s really amazing. Same thing with SMS but not with popular messenger apps. I think LG should give developers the API for LG phones to support this type of pop up so users gets the most of their devices. It has the same windows apps, no quick remote as L70 lacks the IR blaster. Quiet some bloat wares like nimbuzz , think free viewer , LG smart world, memo . The memo app was amazing to take notes, draw notes , insert location from google maps, add video pictures sort of note experience but this should be for phones with larger display and tabs yet a good experience on small phone.The snapdragon 200 handles the phone amazingly and importantly it don’t lags anywhere.The Most amazing feature was the LG Knock Code, An completely new way to unlock your phone. we made a special video for the Knock code its just below.

The only reason to love this device is its battery life it’s incredible, it almost lasted for 2 days on normal 2G and wifi, With 3G ends up till day. I use to lots of email, surfing , YouTube. If you really need a good battery life this phone is definate pick for you.

It has a complete decent specs and this phone gets crushed when it comes to on paper specification as well decent gaming performance is not acceptable for users like me. The user who does only social networking, emailing and hardly games for such users this phone is completely useful and worth the invest.


  • Good and decent Build
  • Good battery life
  • Decent camera


  • Not made for hardcore gaming
  • Can’t completely rely on memory card
  • Crushed by competitors