LG launches truly wireless earbuds in India, pricing starts at ₹24,990

LG launches truly wireless earbuds in India, pricing starts at ₹24,990
New Delhi, LG Electronics on Monday expanded its 'Tonefree' truly wireless earbuds lineup with the launch of its most advanced TWS the HBS-FN7 and HBS-FN6 at a starting price of ₹24,990.

The earbuds come with a UV nano charging cradle with ultraviolet light that sanitizes the earbuds, eliminating 99.9 per cent bacteria while charging.

"The HBS-FN7 and HBS-FN6 from the latest LG Tonefree range feature technology from Meridian Audio, the renowned British audio technology company and LG's trusted partner in delivering superior sound. Powered by Digital Signal Processing, a technology that Meridian has been perfecting for over 25 years, the LG Tonefree FN7 not only recreates a realistic soundstage that simulates the experience of listening to real loudspeakers but also delivers vocals with pristine clarity, completely immersing the listener," the company said in a statement.

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Accessible through the LG Tonefree app available for both Android and iOS devices. The case comes with LED lighting on the top, making it easy to monitor the charging levels and UVnano status.

According to the company, the earbuds have been engineered to fit comfortably in the ears with head-centered weight distribution that helps them stay snug and secure along with flexible, medical-grade ear gels that conform to the ear shape.


The FN7 comes with Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), specially engineered to reduce high-frequency noise encountered on a daily basis.

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