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Samsung announces major 4K streaming partnership with Amazon, Netflix, and others

07
Jan
2014

In addition to inking a deal with Technicolors M-GO streaming service, Samsung today announced a major partnership with Netflix, Amazon, Comcast, and DirecTV to provide 4K streaming to consumers via their latest UHD TVs. Samsung detailed in its announcement that its plans to let consumers stream UHD content from each provider via applications on Samsungs Smart Hub. In addition to the new content options, the company announced what it calls its UHD Video Pack, a hard drive with movies and documentaries from studios like 20th Century Fox and Paramount. Samsung promises that users will eventually be able to download 50 new items via Smart Hub through the year.

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