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    Thursday, October 3, 2019

    LG's First Truly Wireless Earbuds Come with a Self-Disinfecting Case

    The South Korean electronics maker recently announced the LG Tone+ Free. The company’s first wireless earbuds feature signal processing technology from Meridian Audio and up to six hours of battery life on a single charge. A recharge of just five minutes will result in up to one hour of listening time, LG said.

    The LG Tone+ Free earbuds sport a similar design to the Sony WF-1000XM3. Like most other wireless earbuds, these too have a charging unit built into the earbuds case. One cool feature is that the case also has a built-in UV light that disinfects these earbuds.

    LG Tone+ Free has a UVnano function where the case of the earbuds has a UV LED which reduces harmful germs. It has a primary microphone for calls and another one for noise-cancellation. The company claims that it recognises voice and noise coming from each microphone and remove the noise. This offers clear audio to the callers.

    The LG Tone+ Free is capable of fast charging and LG claims that the earbuds will offer one hour of audio playback with just 5 minutes of charge. Once the earbuds are completely charged, they provide 6 hours of audio playback. These earbuds also have an IPX4 rating for water-resistance which means that these can be used while running and working out making them sweat-proof.

    There are touchpads on both the earbuds and those can be used to play/ pause music. Holding down the touchpad summons the Google Assistant and the earbuds wait for a voice command. The LG Tone+ Free in black are set to go on sale on October 28, while the white variant will go on sale in November. LG has started pre-orders for black variants from October 1 till October 14.
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