Ahead of its press conference at Mobile World Congress next week, LG has unveiled a new pair of high-end in-ear headphones called the LG Tone Platinum, which feature a strange design, but a decent set of specs inside of them.

Developed in partnership with Harmon Kardon, the headphones feature the Bluetooth aptX codec, allowing them to reproduce CD quality without loss, without needing any extra cables.

The band itself has been designed to sit around your neck, you then extend the earbuds within the band to your ears for use.

To add onto the specs, LG has also added noise cancelling microphones, with LG’s voice command technology to allow for support for the Tone & Talk app on Android.

LG are set to officially unveil the LG Tone Platinum and a number of other products at MWC 2016 next week, after which the LG Tone Platinum will launch in the US in March, and then Europe, Asia and Latin American soon after.

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