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LG TONE Free FN7 and FN4 Officially coming in the Philippines


New audio devices are coming in the Philippines namely the TONE Free HBS-FN7 and the FN4. This was confirmed officially by LG Philippines.

The LG TONE Free HBS-FN7 will feature an in-ear fit and a noise isolation performance. To have an augmented personal audio experience, the earphones have Meridian-tuned audio which combines with an Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) feature. Also, in times like a pandemic, we give high regard to hygiene, and along with the earphones is the UVnano charging case. This utilizes ultraviolet light which eliminates 99.9% of E.coli and S. aureus bacteria on the inner mesh of the earbuds. There are also adjustable ear gels and a patented twist-fit Vortex Ribs design that allows the user better fit and comfort. Also, on top of the case, it includes an LED lighting that acts as the indicator in how much battery is left. You can also enjoy 21 hours of playtime if ANC is turned off when paired to a device while 15 hours of usage if ANC is on.

Next is the LG TONE Free FN4 which features noise-cancellation, pre-installed equalizers, and Ambient Sound Mode to hear sounds even if you have your earbuds. You can also enjoy 6 hours of playback with the earbuds while 18 hours of usage if using with the case.

Both earbuds include British audio technology company Meridian Audio. Along with the LG TONE Free App, you can customize your preferred sound with Meridian’s EQ sound settings. It’s customized presets include Natural, Immersive, Bass Boost, and Treble Boost. The app is available on iOS and Android. It also has an IPX4 certification for sweat and water-resistance.

For pricing, the white TONE Free FN7 is priced at PHP 7,990 and the black TONE Free FN4 has a price tag of PHP5,490 and is available to pre-order in Shopee. Also, customers can get PHP 2,000 off on the FN7 and a PHP 1,100 off for the FN4 during its promotional period.



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