The South Korean electronics company has revealed that its Bluetooth gadgets are becoming massively popular.

LG Electronics has now revealed some of the latest data with regards to its mobile accessories, in that it has stated that it has now managed to sell over 10 million of its Bluetooth headsets around the globe.

The electronics giant recently made the announcement about this series of mobile gadgets.

The LG “Tone” series of headsets are a type of mobile accessories that will connect wirelessly to smartphones. This allows the users to be able to use their mobile devices to listen to music, but the headsets are also equipped to allow the user to make or take a call, as well. This is a handy feature as it does not cause one use of the device to override another in an inconvenient way.

Among the unique features of these mobile accessories is the retractable neckband design of the headset.

The design of this mobile gadget extends behind the user’s head and into the ears when it is being used. However, when it is not in use, they retract in order to make them much more compact and easy to carry. This also help to prevent damage.

According to the firm, the sales of the mobile headset broke the 1 million mark about three years after the launch of the series back in 2010. That said, since that time, it has come a long way, as it took only two and a half more years to skyrocket to over 10 million sales. This represents a considerable increase in the number of purchases that are being made of this device.

LG has worked hard to improve the appeal of their smartphone headset. For instance, in order to be able to considerably enhance the sound quality of the accessory, it partnered with Harman/Kardon and JBL, the highly respected audio equipment makers. Their expertise, fused with the design produced by LG made it possible to vastly enhance the quality of sound that the headset could provide to its wearer.

These mobile accessories have specifically proven to be highly popular in the United States, where about 40 percent of the purchases are made, according to NPD Group market researchers.