Samsung have been going big lately with their ad campaigns, commercials, and superstar partnerships. Today we can confirm that one more biggie has just signed on, although we don't know the details. Samsung and hip-hop artist and entrepreneur Jay-Z have just teamed up for something big, and we'll find out all the details Sunday.
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Samsung is looking to ink a deal with superstar and entrepreneur Jay-Z for what we're hearing will be roughly $20 million. What for you ask? The details haven't been revealed yet so that is anyone's guess. According to the New York Post this deal is basically done and close to being finalized.
Samsung Music Hub is currently available in six countries and on a few devices to include the Galaxy S III and the Galaxy Note II. Based on a recent report though, it looks like Samsung is planning to not only expand into additional markets, but also onto additional devices. Defining the additional devices a bit further, Samsung is looking to make the Music Hub available for non-Samsung devices.
Music Hub more than a few times already, but today is the official day. Samsung has now launched their Music Hub “3-in-1 mobile music solution” for the U.S. and it's available for most Galaxy S III phones. It was announced back in May, and has been available in the UK for a while but today we all can enjoy it.
Spotify, and even Google Play Music here in the US. This week they've let a few lucky users enjoy an early beta preview of their new Music Hub. We first mentioned this back in May, but now we've received our own hands-on time with the music app for Android.
Galaxy S III, and only in Germany, Spain, France, Italy and the UK. Try to contain your excitement, folks. Samsung will expand the Music Hub service to more devices and more countries soon.