Samsung To Make Google Play Default Music App On All Devices

Samsung To Make Google Play Default Music App On All Devices

It's quite the opposite, actually, as the Galaxy S8 cuts 4.5mm off the width of the 5.5in-screened Galaxy S7 Edge. Sprint's Galaxy Forever program lets you upgrade to the new Samsung Galaxy model once every 12 months, continuing to pay your monthly fee while returning your Galaxy S8 for whatever comes next.

Samsung Galaxy S8 is more expensive to manufacture when compared to its predecessors or even its rival Apple iPhone 7 and the Google Pixel, a new report has showed.

Moreover, GSMArena has noted that now the update for Samsung Galaxy S8+ has been spotted in Belgium and Germany.

However, after the debacle caused by the Galaxy Note 7, with many reporting the phone heating up, catching fire and exploding, it was extremely important for the Korean telecom giant to make a phone that was not only attractive, but sturdy as well. The Galaxy S8 will also come with a three-month free trial of Play Music's subscription streaming service, which includes access to more than 40 million songs and thousands of curated playlists. Like previous year with the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, though, you'll find no Samsung Music app - that honor goes to Google Play Music, thanks to a partnership agreement between the two companies.

Initially, Samsung responded by saying there was no quality issue, but consumers could exchange their device for a new one if they felt the need for it.

What can we say about the standard iPhone 7 screen? Should Kuo's speculations turn out to be true, this will mark as the first time Samsung will be coming out with a dual-camera headset. This device is also said to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 8895 processor.

The internal storage could be 64 GB and 128 GB, further expandable to 256 GB using SD cards. Getting top slot as the default music app on what will likely be the most popular Android phone this year could give Play Music a nice boost.

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