LG has announced a new member of its Tone Free family of truly wireless earbuds, which debuted earlier this year. Following the release of the HBS-FN4 and HBS-FN6 models earlier, the company is now launching a more premium version, the HBS-FN7.
The highlight of this new product is the addition of active noise cancellation (ANC), which wasn't available in either of the existing models. ANC means the earbuds will use external microphones to determine the sounds going on around you and try to nullify them so external sound doesn't interrupt the listening experience. LG is also using patented ear tips that promise a tighter seal for better passive noise isolation.
Of course, the HBS-FN7 also keeps the highlight of the HBS-FN6, the UVnano case. The charging case for the earbuds uses UV rays to clean the earbuds of potentially harmful bacteria whenever you place the earbuds inside. This model also has a couple of lights at the top of the case, which lets the user see when the earbuds are charging and the UVnano status.
Just like the previous two models, audio is tuned by Meridian, which often works with LG on its premium audio devices. The company offers an EQ app with a handful of sound tuning options.
The LG Tone Free FN7 are available today in South Korea and will be coming to more markets in North America, Europe, and Asia in the fourth quarter.