In an attempt to expand its presence in the wearable market, LG, based in South Korea, today launched a new truly wireless headset – LG TONE Free with model number HBS-TFN7. This newly launched product is priced at 219,000 won, which costs about $ 190.
The highlight of the headphones is that it comes with Active Noise Canceling (ANC) technology that disables ambient noise and thus allows users to have a better sound output without any disturbances.
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It comes with adjustable ear gels with patented Vortex Ribs design providing a tighter internal seal to minimize infiltration of external noise. The company also confirmed that the headphones were adjusted by the British company Meridian Audio.
The company is offering Meridian’s equalization sound settings with four customizable presets for better output – Natural for clean, balanced sound; Immersive for more three-dimensional performance; Bass Boost for greater power and depth; and Treble Boost for better vocal clarity.
LG is adding its UVnano charging case, which was first introduced with the TONE Free FN6 model. The case uses ultraviolet light that helps to keep the user’s ears cleaner, eliminating 99.9 percent of E. coli and S. aureus bacteria. Now, there is a new LED lighting on the top of the case to indicate the charge level and the status of the UVnano.
As for battery life, the LG TONE Free HBS-TFN7 is powered by a 390mAh battery and with fast charging, it offers an hour of playback with just five minutes of charging. The charging case provides an additional 21 hours of use.
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