Android enough is enough to sway consumers into buying a Galaxy S III, according to Samsung. They are planning to launch a few new services with the device to better differentiate themselves from the competition. First up is the Music Hub, and it plans to be a cloud music service, similar to current solutions like Rdio and Spotify. This service provides access to 17 million tracks, along with a Scan and Match feature. Next is the Video Hub filled with movies and TV shows, as well as a Games Hub for all your social gaming needs (notice a trend in “Hubs”?). MirrorLink support and a mysterious NFC payment system are said to be on board, and we’ll have to see how those pan out.
Those planning on buying a SIII, are you excited for all these new services?