When audiophiles are looking at phones as music playback devices they are always very cautious since they can certainly recall a "bad taste" in their ears as a result of some built in low quality sound compressor.
When audiophiles are looking at phones as music playback devices they are always very cautious since they can certainly recall a "bad taste" in their ears as a result of some built in sound compressor.
Now the agony is over. While Beats headphones have turned out to be overrated, and maybe the same goes for their software coming with some phones and laptops, Marshall the iconic AMP manufacturer aims to make its own smartphone, called London.
The London features two front facing speakers, two audio outputs and a dedicated M button, to put the music as close as possible to the user. Otherwise it is a conventional Android smartphone featuring a 4.7-inch, 720p display, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, and an 8-megapixel camera. The battery's not the biggest we've ever seen, 2,500mAh, but it is removable and there's also a microSD card slot for adding extra storage.
Some might say that the hardware is outdated, but those who say so miss the point of this phone. It's all about the music. The London will go on sale on August 21st and it will cost around $590. You can already preorder them form the official website.
We can't wait to try it out.
Written by Kado
Source: The Verge