- LG claims the earbud has advanced tuning tech from Meridian Audio
- LG says the touchpad on the earphones lets a user control call, music playback
LG has launched Tone+ Free (HBS-PFL7) wireless earbuds in South Korea. The company is selling the earbuds at a price of 259000 won (approximately Rs 15,270). LG will sell the earbuds from 28 October but pre booing starts from today.
The company claims that the newly unveiled earbuds have rich signal processing tech and advanced tuning tech from audio manufacturer ‘Meridian Audio.’ It also reduces digital noise, minimizing distortion according to the company.
LG had recently launched LG G8s ThinQ smartphones in India. The company will sell these new phones for Rs 36,990 across retail outlets. The company had introduced this new phone at the Mobile World Congress earlier this year.
Listen to music for up to one hour with five minutes of charging
LG claims that the earbuds have ‘UVnano’ coating to prevent it from ultraviolet rays. The company is also providing support for fast charging which would allow one to listen to music for up to one hour with five minutes of charging claims the company. When fully charged, it will allow six hours of playback says the company.
Earbuds are IPX4 rated
LG claims that it has added a regular microphone for voice and a noise-cancelling microphone. The touchpad on both the earphones lets a user control call, music playback. One can also launch ‘Google Assistant’ using the same. You can hold down the ‘Touch Pad’ and say, “Call Mom”, “Let me know my schedule today”.
Revenue expectation of Rs 2,000 crore from its B2B segment in India in FY20
The company recently said that it is expecting to garner a revenue of Rs 2,000 crore from its B2B (business-to-business) segment in India in FY20. LG ended FY19 with a revenue of Rs 1,500 crore and is looking at a 30 percent growth this fiscal, said Hemendu Sinha, vice-president & business head, B2B, LG Electronics India.