Marshall produces its very first mobile phone


Marshall changes its game by venturing out to mobile phone manufacturing. This company is known for making high quality amplifiers and headphones that caters to audiophiles. Two days ago, Marshall announced its very first mobile phone “London”, or better known to be the “world’s loudest phone.”

According to Telegraph UK, the mobile phone is designed “with two front-facing speakers and a dedicated hifi-grade sound card, allowing users to listen to music without the use of headphones. It has two stereo jacks, each with their own independent volume control, so users can plug in two sets of headphones and share music or watch a video with a friend.”

It has a special design called the “M-Button”, which is located on top of the device. This button serves as the “one-click access to the user’s music, whatever the source of it may be. This includes the London’s pre-installed music player, which supports popular formats such as mp3, mp4 and AAC.”

The scroll button for controlling the volume is located at the side of the phone. Since it is made by Marshall, recording music is not a problem since users can record music flawlessly with the help of enabled “noise reduction software and dual microphones”. Most of all, “it also has a pre-installed DJ app, allowing users to mix their own tunes.”

“We always aim to go big. To always give our customers the best user experience. When there was no smartphone on the market putting the music on the main stage, we created it,” said Konrad Bergstrom, founder and president of Zound Industries, which owns Marshall.
“We know that our consumers and the open market is reafy for what we have to give: a smartphone by default, developed into the world’s greatest music device and we promise you, Marshall London is like nothing you’ve ever had in your pocket.”

Here are the features of “London”:

– 4.7-inch screen
– 16GB expandable memory
– 8MP rear camera and 2MP front camera

As of now, Marshall’s “London” will be available in 22 countries worldwide.