LG G2 sound: 24 bit/192kHz Hi-Fi playback, Vienna Boys’ Choir ringtones and Audio Zoom

August 7, 2013
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LG G2 sound

After we looked at the LG G2’s display, camera and battery, it’s time to check out the sound of the new smartphone.

On stage, the company revealed that it has significantly improved the sound experience of its flagship products, with the LG G2 ready to offer 24 bit/192kHz Hi-Fi playback “that reproduces studio-like quality sound” which is “far superior to a CD” (which offers 16bit/44.1kHz sound).

While LG is not branding its sound experience in any way, it certainly suggest that the G2 is superior to its competitors.

Furthermore, the LG G2 will also offer a feature called Audio Zoom that wasn’t demoed on stage and which will let users focus on the voice on certain subjects when recording home videos – the Audio Zoom feature is shown in the following TV ad:

Finally, the LG G2 will feature ringtones from the Vienna Boys’ Choir, as previously rumored.

Naturally, we’ll further explore the sound quality of the LG G2 in our own review. Meanwhile, don’t forget to check out our hands-on with the handset.

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