LG’s Tone+ Free wireless earbuds come with a unique feature. The charging case of these wireless earbuds is having UV light that is designed to kill any bacteria that may be living on the earbuds as you are charging them. We have seen wireless earbuds announced by Microsoft and Amazon but only LG are designed with an eye for ear hygiene.

LG's Wireless Earbuds Comes with UV Light To Keep Them Clean

What Make LG’s Wireless Earbuds Different?

It is a bacteria-killing case and LG’s wireless earbuds will offer you a much more typical set of features. You will get a small touch-sensitive surface on each earbud and this will let you make calls, control music playback, and summon Google Assistant as well. The earbuds are also having an IPX4 water resistance rating and this will make them usable as workout headphones.

According to LG’s, you will get around six hours within a single charge of the earbuds but it is very unclear how many more hours of playback you will get from the charging case. It is important to note that the six hours is a big improvement from LG’sprevious wireless earbuds as they were only offering three hours of playback on a single charge.

The Tone+ Free earbuds will be released in South Korea at the end of the month in black but if you want to get in white, then you have to wait until November. The price of the earbuds will be $215.

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