LG Tone+ Free is the latest competitor in the wireless buds party
LG just announced the Tone+ Free wireless earbuds. They come with fast-charging, special tuning by Meridian Audio and the company promises music up to one hour with just five minutes of charging, or a total of six hours on full charge.
LG equipped the set with a microphone, which isnít a surprise, but there is also a noise-cancellation mic, which should make phone calls a lot better - something fellow Korean giant Samsung is yet to deliver. The buds are IPX4 compliant, meaning they are waterproof for all your sports in the rain or in heavy-sweating moments.
The earbuds are coming in a circular charger box, and LG equipped them with touchpads on the sides. You can use those for basic functions like answering calls and playing music, while a long press will activate Google Assistant (if you enabled it on your smartphone, of course).
LG Tone+ Free will launch in Black by October 28, while the White variant is scheduled for November. The price is KRW259,999, which is equal to $216 or Ä200. LG has already opened pre-orders and will hold them until October 14.
Son Dae-gi, head of LG Korea Marketing, said the product will be aimed at domestic consumers, but we hope to see the set outside South Korea as well.
Source (in Korean)
Rubbish... Lg even have their household & health care!
- 05 Oct 2019
Nah, I get what you mean now. I¬íll be honest, I know what you¬íre talking about. Audio usually sounds fine, but I can¬ít help Shake the feeling I¬ím missing something
- 04 Oct 2019
Maybe because its not natural, I'm not a specialist but I found it somewhere. For me its enough real experience where when using bt I miss low end, wavy sound and some sounds missing(may depend on track or if you heard it hi res version). Still fr...
- 02 Oct 2019