Written by: Soumya Sekhar
Samsung is all geared up to stay ahead in the electronics and IT game and has announced that its TV range will include Amazon Music through the Smart Hub. All of Samsung’s Smart TV range in the US, the UK, Germany, Austria, France, Italy and Spain will integrate Amazon Music’s streaming services including Amazon Music Unlimited and Prime Music.
Samsung Smart TV consumers who are already Amazon Music subscribers will be able to browse recommendations, playlists, stations and music libraries directly on their TV sets now, making it the first third-party device to connect to the service. The announcement is preceded by the company’s partnership with Amazon, wherein Amazon would produce HDR content to be streamed on Samsung’s 4K TVs.
Salek Brodsky, VP — content and services at Samsung Electronics, US said, “At Samsung, we offer consumers more and better options so that they can choose how they want to enjoy their favorite entertainment and discover new content. Samsung’s Smart TVs are designed to bring everything users want into a single, seamless experience — from live television and sports to streamed shows, movies, music, and more. We are thrilled to be among the first to let consumers stream Amazon Music directly from their televisions.”