LG today has announced a new addition to its Truly Wireless Earphones, LG Tone Free. The LG Tone Free FN-7, is the first TWE that comes with Active Noise Cancellation or ANC along with the new UVNANO case.
The LG Tone Free FN-7 comes with three microphones, which we can already see in the FN6, monitors sound from every direction. The new adjustable ear gel with Vortex-Ribs twist design makes the earbuds tighter in-ear. This helps to cancel the noise coming from the outside. The key feature, ANC, comes into play, which makes sure you can enjoy your music without any interference.
Moreover, LG equips the HBS-FN7 with Meridian Audio, a British-based firm for the superior sound delivery. The entier LG Tone Free lineup comes with this technology already.
LG Tone Free FN-7: Specifications
The earbuds have a battery of size 55mAhx2 (one in each bud), with the case carrying a 390mAh battery. The buds and the case equips with fast charging, giving you 1 hour of playback in 5 min of charge. In total, you will get 7 hours of music playback without ANC, whereas enabling ANC will bring the playback time down to 5 hours. The case and the buds can hold up to 21 hours of playback with ANC off, but enabling ANC will reduce the time to 15 hours.
The TWE comes with Single Device Connectivity over Bluetooth 5.1, and is compatible for both Android and iOS. The codecs supported here are SBC and AAC. There will be two colors available – Modern White and Stylish Black.
Talking about the case, the HBS-FN7 comes with new UVNano case, which sterilizes your earbuds using UV Light. LG claims that this case will kill 99.9% of germs from the earbuds, which includes E.coli and S.aureus bacteria from the buds.
The LG Tone Free FN-7 is now available in South Korea. Later, it will make its way to North America, Europe, and Asia in Q4 2020.
Source: LG Newsroom
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