Audio amplification giant Marshall, has just introduced their first Android smartphone called the London. The design and specification of the smartphone is manufactured with a comprehensive mobile music experience in mind.
The device features a 4.7 inch HD screen (1280 x 720 pixels), and dual front speakers. There’s also a dual headphone jacks at the top of the device, allowing two audio output to be played at once, such as plugging two headsets at the same time so you can listen to music or watch movies with your friends without needing a 3.5mm splitter.
What’s interesting is that each sound source has independent volume control, therefore users can control different equalizer and volume for both output.
Between the two audio output, there’s a unique gold-coloured “M” button, that when clicked allows users to control their music on top of whatever else are happening on the screen. On the side of the phone there’s a volume knob shaped scroll made with gold color cast, which gives users with quick access to volume control.
The body design is made similar with Marshall’s signature guitar amplifier, and only comes with matte black.
As cited by thenextweb, the device is powered by 410 quad core Snapdragon 1.4 GHz, 2500 mAh battery, 2 GB RAM, and internal memory capacity of 16GB which can be upgraded with microSD.
Marshall London will be released on August 21, 2015 and with a price tag of $499.
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