The iconic speaker brand will be releasing an Android device dedicated to the love of music this August. Check out all the specs and photos here...
Bet you never saw this one coming! Neither did we! But it’s possibly one of the best, most exciting news in the world of Androids for all serious music fans.
You sure as hell just read it; Marshall Headphones will soon release a high-quality audio processing Android smartphone with a set of in-ear Marshall headphones to complete the package! It is conventional in every other way though, with a 4.7-inch, 720p display, 2GB of RAM, 8-megapixel camera, a 2500 mAh removable battery, and a Snapdragon 410 processor. Accordingly we imagine it will be keeping high-end smartphone users at bay and leaving this glorious and innovative gem, designed according to Marshall’s retro style and texture of its classic guitar amps, to true appreciators and lovers of music.
For the Marshall smartphone, music comes first and in top form and quality. With its two front facing speakers, two stereo jacks, a dedicated M button at the heart of the the device for direct access to music and a scroll wheel on the left side for volume control.
Talking serious sound quality though, it’s got a Cirrus Logic WM8281 Audio Hub for a sound codec and allows you to play uncompressed sound formats such as FLAC, and let’s not forget The Global Equalizer; an inbuilt app designed to help you reach an unrelenting, high-res sonic hard-on. Drools! The London’s also got 16 GB of storage and a micro SD card slot for extra space. The London is priced at 4,995 Swedish krona, around €549 or $590 and expected for delivery by August 21st. Rock ‘n’ Roll!