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LG’s latest Tone Free series wireless earbuds are here with the T90S and they pack an impressive list of specs including pure graphene drivers, adaptive noise cancelation and up to 36 hours of total battery life.

LG Tone Free T90S feature graphene drivers and up to 36 hours of battery life

Developed in collaboration with Meridian Audio, Tone Free T90S comes with Snapdragon Sound and support for the AAC, SBC, and aptX Adaptive codecs. The buds are Dolby Atmos-certified and feature Dolby Head Tracking.

LG says the pure graphene drivers on the T90S offer reduced vibration and enhanced sound precision. The ear tips were developed based on 300 ear shapes to offer optimal fit. They are also made from medical-grade, hypoallergenic ear gels. T90S also bring Bluetooth 5.4 connectivity, adaptive noise cancelation (ANC) with a three-microphone system and dual-device pairing.

LG Tone Free T90S feature graphene drivers and up to 36 hours of battery life

The buds also come with LG’s signature UVnano charging case with ultraviolet light that eliminates 99.99% bacteria. The case also features a 3.5mm jack which can plug into legacy devices without Bluetooth and act as a transmitter to the buds.

LG Tone Free T90S feature graphene drivers and up to 36 hours of battery life

LG claims 9 hours of listening time from the earbuds with ANC off and up to 36 hours with the charging case. The whole package is IPX4 splashproof.

LG Tone Free T90S in black and white LG Tone Free T90S in black and white LG Tone Free T90S in black and white
LG Tone Free T90S in black and white

LG Tone Free T90S come in white and black colors. Pricing and availability will be revealed later this month.

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