There’s a new Android smartphone out today from a company that you might not associate with smartphones: Marshall Headphones. Its new smartphone is called the London and it geared towards audiophiles who crave a much more enhanced audio experience on their mobile device. The details of this handset seem to have gone live on the company’s website ahead of time but now it’s out in the open for everyone to look at.

Those who primarily use their mobile devices for listening to music and would appreciate high quality audio processing and two audio outputs would probably want to take a closer look at this device.

Marshall London has two audio outputs which is quite unusual as well as two front facing speakers. There’s a dedicated M button at the top of the handset for quick access to music. A gold-accented scroll wheel on the side lets users control volume.

The company bundles a set of its Marshall Mode in-ear headphones with the device and sings praises of the London’s high quality audio processing feature.

Other than that it’s a pretty conventional mid-range Android smartphone with a 4.7 inch 720p display, 2GB RAM, 16GB onboard storage, microSD card slot, 8 megapixel rear camera, and a 2,500mAh battery.

Priced at 4,995 Swedish krona or just under $600 Marshall London will be delivered to customers around August 21st.

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