LG has taken the wraps off a new headset its added to its range in the form of the new LG TONE+ (HBS-730), which replaces the older LG TONE (HBS-700).
The new LG TONE+ (HBS-730) VoLTE Bluetooth headset is equipped with LG new Voice Over LTE (VoLTE) technology. Enabling the user to carry out voice calls using High Definition (HD) sound between VoLTE supported devices.
The LG TONE+ VoLTE Bluetooth headset is equipped with a professional grade audio codec, in the form of the aptX. Which is also used by music studios and broadcasters says LG, and is equipped with a battery that provides the headset with a talk time of 15 hours and a standby time of around 500 hours.
Paul Bae, Vice President of Marketing Center of LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company, explained in the press release.
“LG was the world’s first company to demonstrate VoLTE technology and announce a VoLTE smartphone,”-“And today, we are still at the forefront of efforts to advance the commercialization of VoLTE as a follow up to the global expansion of LTE. In order to provide our customers with a superior user experience over 4G networks, LG will continue to raise the bar on all its mobile products, including accessories that support LTE and VoLTE.”
The LG TONE+ (HBS-730) VoLTE Bluetooth headset will be arriving in China, Korea and the US bt the end of this month, but official pricing has yet to be revealed.
Source: EngadgetFiled Under: Gadgets News, Technology News, Top News