LG to implement noise-canceling in many of its phones

LG has announced that it will implement dual microphone noise canceling in many of its phones by the end of the year. It hopes to eliminate background noise and enhance voice quality.

LG hopes to implement dual microphone noise canceling in many of its phones by year's end.
LG hopes to implement dual microphone noise canceling in many of its phones by year's end. LG

Along with the LG Watch Phone , LG has also announced that many of its phones will feature dual-microphone noise cancellation by the end of the year. Called DSE.T, the technology promises to eliminate background noise and enhance voice quality. Motorola has a similar technology called CrystalTalk, but aside from that we don't know of too many other phone manufacturers to have noise-canceling technology built right into the phone. At the LG press conference earlier today, the company demonstrated this in a video and it looks quite promising, if indeed it works the way it should. No word on which LG handset will have this technology first, but we look forward to it.

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Nicole Lee is a senior associate editor for CNET, covering cell phones, Bluetooth headsets, and all things mobile. She's also a fan of comic books, video games, and of course, shiny gadgets.

 

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