South Korean multinational electronics company LG has launched its latest TWS earphones, called the Tone Free DFP8W, with active noise cancellation (ANC) and up to 24 hours of battery life.
The company is promising that users will get up to 24 hours of music playback. The device ships with a UVnano charging case, which LG claims can clean the silicone tips and speaker mesh using UV light.
LG’s latest earbuds include 8mm dynamic drivers developed in collaboration with Meridian Audio. Additionally, three microphones are included in the device. Out of these, two are dedicated to calls, and the third one is for ANC.
There is support for Bluetooth 5.2 and the user can pair up to five devices as the device supports multi pairing. As far as codecs are concerned, LG’s new TWS earbuds are compatible with the apt-X, AAC, and SBC codecs for improved lag-free playback, according to the company.
The earbuds are also IPX4 rated for better water resistance. The earphones are reported to last 6 hours without ANC when used alone. “When the Active Noise Cancellation feature is not on, the device will last for 10 hours. When used with the charging case, the earbuds are said to offer 14 hours of playback time with ANC and up to 24 hours without ANC,” the company noted.
For gamers, LG Tone Free DFP8W comes with a game mode that can be adjusted and enabled using the LG Tone Free app on their phones. The dedicated mode is claimed to offer a spatial, immersive sound experience.
The newly launched LG Tone Free DFP8W is priced at $213. The wireless earphones will be available in white, gold, and black color options. However, their availability details are yet to be revealed.
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