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LG rugged Bluetooth speakers offer 360-degree sound

LG has announced a range of new Bluetooth speakers, it plans to show off at next month’s IFA tech show.

There are four new models on offer, all featuring rather interesting designs, but the PH3 speaker is probably the pick of the bunch.

This indoor speaker looks a little bit like a candle and features 5 multicolor lighting modes and has a 10-hour battery life.

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The LG PH2 and P4 are designed for a more rugged lifestyle and outdoor use.

The PH2 is a little bit like a hockey puck, boasts omni-directional sound and comes with a wrist strap and 6-hours of battery life.

The PH4 offers a cylindrical design and has 10-hours of battery life.

LG seems most excited about this device, saying: “The more powerful PH4 speaker is perfectly suited for outdoor gatherings such as campouts or poolside barbeques where powerful sound is required.

“Delivering complex, powerful and rich sound while maintaining portability and flexibility, the PH4 is ideal for audiophiles who refuse to compromise.”

The PH2, PH3 and PH4 are all able to connect to two mobile devices at a time via Bluetooth.

Last but not least there’s the P1, which is an indoor speaker that doubles up as a nightlight.

We’ll have more on these speakers when they go on show at IFA, which kicks off on September 1.

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