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Are you ready to rock? I said, are you ready to rock?! Then put your hands together for the Marshall London, the first smartphone from the legendary audio manufacturer.

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The London is a 4.7-inch 4G LTE phone, packed with musical features.

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The body is a textured, rubberised case somewhere between an amp case and a tyre.

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The volume control is a scroll wheel, clad in old-school brass. Set into the black body, the brass fittings hark back to the style of classic Marshall amps.

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Music is so important the London boasts two headphone jacks and a dedicated brass button to launch your music player of choice, called the M Button.

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You can choose from various music players at the touch of a button, the phone supporting assorted lossless audio formats.

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When the second headphone is plugged in the onscreen volume control allows you to adjust the volume for each listener separately.

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Camera features include an 8-megapixel rear shooter and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera.

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The removable 2,500mAh battery may not be the beefiest but it's pretty metal.

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Software features include a global equalizer for customising your sound settings.

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Long live rock'n'roll indeed!

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