Washington D C, Aug. 13 : Korean electronics company LG has announced that it is launching a new high-fidelity (Hi-fi) music service later this month.
According to the Engadget, the new music service will only be accessible by its premium android smartphone customers. The phones include LG G4, the G3 and the G2.
Available on the LGWorld website, the service will be available to the users in 70 countries, including the US, the UK, Australia, Brazil, Russia, China and Italy.
The company’s announcement says that the songs will have a 24bit/192kHz playback quality and that customers will be able to download two free songs and buy more at up to 50 percent off per month.
The company didn’t mention a streaming option, so it may not be available.
LG also did not detail on its price of the service.
The users can monitor the SmartWorld app or website to find out as soon as the service launches. (ANI)