LG launches Hi-Fi music service for select Android smartphones

LG launches Hi-Fi music service for select Android smartphones
LG today announced its own music service for smartphones, which will debut later this month in 70 countries around the world (including the US, Brazil, the UK, France, Italy, Russia, China, and Australia).

While the service doesn't seem to have a name of its own yet, LG says that it's going to provide Hi-Fi (high fidelity) music to owners of select Android handsets that support 24-bit playback, like the LG G4, G Flex 2, G3, and G2. The service will be accessible via the LG SmartWorld app, as well as at www.lgworld.com.

According to LG, customers will be able to download two free tracks each month, while also having the ability to buy songs at up to 50% off their regular price. LG doesn't say anything about streaming, so it appears that this won't be a streaming service.

Samsung - LG's Korean archrival - already has a streaming music service: Milk Music, which was launched earlier this year in select markets. We'll see soon how LG's own music service performs. Are you looking forward to discovering it?

source: LG
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