Samsung launched Music Hub in UK, France, and Germany with 100 GB storage and unlimited streaming

If you are a music lover and also an Android lover who is waiting to get his hands on the new “Android King of the Year”, the Samsung Galaxy S III, then you are in for some real treat. Along with the Google Music cloud storage, you now have a chance to get up to 100 GB of cloud storage from Samsung with its new Music Hub, which was officially released in the United Kingdom, France, and Germany. Engadget writes:

Music Hub offering both streaming — from a catalog of 19 million — as well as recommendations, and a 100GB iTunes Match-esque cloud service. You’ll need to trump up £9.99 (about €15 / $16) if you want the premium features (unlimited streaming from the catalog and the online storage of your library,) while the free option will let you listen to matched / purchased tracks anywhere (from your phone or the web interface).

That is almost everything you need to know to get started with the planning. This is actually really awesome, for a person who listens to music even while sleeping (guilty). With such a large space on the cloud waiting to be filled with music, I am all set to pay the said amount of money and get the service.

The service will be releasing with the new yet to be released Samsung Galaxy S III. But if you are thinking you need to change your already existing Samsung smart phone to get this cool new service, you do not have to worry about that as there is a chance that Samsung might release this on existing devices as well. Also, the company has said that all future smart phones coming out of it will have this by default.

If you are not at all a Samsung customer but want to avail this service without having to change your smart phone to Samsung, you will have to wait a bit more longer as there are talks on bringing this service to every one, even those who are not on Samsung, but this could take a while.