Marshall is to step into smartphone business with the loudest mobile phone we’ve ever met

Marshall is famous for its guitar amplifiers, speaker cabinets and headphones. Recently, Marshall is going to enlarge its business by entering into smartphone business.

This android device is named the London and its mainly feature is the loudness of sound. The device is designed with two front-facing speakers and a hifi-grade sound card.


Marshall implied that this smartphone will be the loudest mobile phone we have ever met. With this smartphone, you don’t need headphones to listen to music.

In addition to this feature, it also has two stereo jacks with individual volume controls. It operates like its ” M-Button”feature on the top of the smartphone that allows users one-click access to their tunes. It is convenient to use.

Konrad Bergstrom, the owners of Marshall said their goal for products is always aiming at better and bigger ones.

He added: “as there was no smartphone on the market for music on the main stage, they create one to give customers the best experience.”

“There is potential market for such device by surveying on the market. There are demands for music device. And they promise Marshall London will be a new an excellent device that you have never met for enjoying music.”

Its other features include a global equalizer to set a universal sound profile for the phone, and it allows the users to record music, reduce the noise and it also has an app to pre-installed DJ.

Some details for this device: the device has a 4.7 display, 2GB of memory, 16GB of storage, a micorSD card, a removable 2500mAh battery, an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera and 2-megapixel selfie shooter.

Marshall London is said to be delivered to 22 countries between August and mid-September. The smartphone comes with a pair of Monitor headphones. If you are interested in this device, please pay close attention to its release.

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