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LG Tone Free TWS Earbuds launch in India, arrives with UV Sanitizing Case


The LG Tone Free HBS-FN6 and HBS-FN7 true wireless stereo (TWS) earbuds have officially launched in India. These new wireless earphones arrive with a UV sanitization charging case.

LG Tone Free HBS-FN6 TWS earbuds

The LG Tone TWS earbuds were originally launched in late 2020 for the global market, but have just now arrived in India a few months after. Furthermore, these earbuds also arrive with a significant mark up in pricing, with the HBS-FN6 being priced at 24,990 INR (roughly 341 US Dollars) while the HBS-FN7 is priced at 29,990 INR (roughly 410 US Dollars). Both earbuds feature a UB sanitizing charging case for extra protection, while the more expensive variant features active noise canceling as well.

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The LG Tone Free TWS earphones also feature sound tuning, which was made in partnership with the British loudspeaker maker, Meridian Audio. Both earbuds mostly offer the same features like Bluetooth 5, 6mm dynamic drivers, SBC and AAC Bluetooth codecs, IPX4 rating for water resistance, and up to six hours of battery life, with an additional two charges from the case. Notably, the charging case also supports fast charging and wireless charging. The more expensive sibling offers active noise cancellation as well, although, that would also cause an additional drain on the battery.



Both the LG Tone Free HBS-FN6 and HBS-FN7 are among the most premium TWS earphones that are available in India. It is even priced higher than one of the most popular earphones in the world, the Apple AirPods Pro

. In the US, these earbuds are available for around 150 US Dollars (roughly 11,000 INR) for the HBS-FN6 and 180 US Dollars (roughly 13,200 INR) for the HBS-FN7. You can buy these from the company’s official LG online store and will also be available through major e-retail websites and offline stores as well, starting from next week.
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