Samsung has announced the U.S. launch of a new mobile video service available exclusively for Samsung Galaxy users.
Milk Video is a video searching service that allows users to find and share the most trending online videos.
Entertainment brands and networks will be contributing content and unveiling exclusive material for the service at the launch. Brands including Condé Nast, Funny Or Die, Red Bull, Vevo and VICE, among others.
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“The promise of Milk is a well-designed mobile experience that makes it easy to discover the content you want. We did this first with Milk Music, and now, we extend this promise with Milk Video,” said John Pleasants, Samsung EVP, Media Solutions Center America.
Milk Video will learn and refine its content recommendations with every use. Milk Video will deliver the content that is relevant for each user.
Users can also follow friends, brands and other users within the app. User can also share with friends outside of the app via Facebook, Twitter or email.
ComScore reported that over 80 million Americans view video from their mobile phone each month, so Samsung consumers will have an unrivaled mobile experience for viewing the new premium service.
Milk Video is compatible with Galaxy Note II, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note Edge, Galaxy Mega, Galaxy S III, Galaxy S 4, Galaxy S 4 mini, Galaxy S III mini and Galaxy S 5 devices.
Earlier Samsung launched its Galaxy Note 4, an improvised version of Note3 at a price of Rs 58300 in India.
The Note 4 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 chip, and a 5.7-inch high resolution AMOLED display.
It boasts a 16MP camera with dual LED flash, Auto focus and HDR mode. It has a 3.7 MP front camera with a internal memory storage of 32GB.
It comes with expandable SD card storage. It runs on Android 4.4 KitKat OS. It is fueled by 3220mAh. On the connectivity front it has Bluetooth, WiFi, USB.
The Note 4 will land on AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, and US Cellular later this year.