All device owners will get access to Samsung Music Hub
Samsung has a cloud-based music service that offers a combination of a music locker for the users own personal tracks and additional streaming service along the lines of Spotify. The service is called Music Hub and so far is available only on the Galaxy S III and the Note II. However, TJ Kang, SVP for Samsung Media Services recently said that the music service is coming the other devices.
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Those other devices include not only other Samsung smartphones, tablets, smart TVs and more but other manufacturers devices as well. The Music Hub is only in six countries right now, but will expand during 2013. The move will put Samsung in direct competition from someone music services offered by Amazon and Google.
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Samsung's Music Hub is powered by technology that it acquired the purchase of mSpot last year. There is no specific timeframe on rolling out the service with territory-specific deals with music labels and release schedule depending on the area.