Good evening tech fans.
Are you read to rock?
Then put your hands together for the Marshall London.
The London is the first smart phone from the iconic amp manufacturer and it's all about the music.
There's a dedicated button to launch your music player of choice Two headphone sockets so you can share your tunes, and you can even control the volume separately on the headphones or queue up different songs in each headphone if you're a DJ.
Inside is a discrete sound card that handles lots of audio files and saves the main processor draining the battery when you're just listening to music.
Speaking of the battery, how cool is that?
Long live rock n' roll indeed I'm Rich Trenholm with CNET.
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