Samsung launched the Galaxy S20 FE 5G in India yesterday featuring the Snapdragon 865. Apart from this, Samsung has also launched a digital content service dubbed Samsung TV Plus. It is an exclusive service for Samsung Smart TV users and Galaxy device owners to access select-free live channels and on-demand content without any additional charge.

Users can access 27 local and global channels without any subscriptions, sign-ups, or external devices such as a set-top box, starting from yesterday. The service will available for all Samsung Smart TV models that came out after 2016 and Samsung Galaxy phones running Android 8.0 (Oreo) or higher. 

The service can be accessed through an app available on Samsung Galaxy Store and the Google Play Store in April. Samsung promises to add more content providers to make the service more flexible and at par with others.

Other than India, the service is available in 14 countries around the world including, the US, Korea, Switzerland, Germany, Australia, Brazil, Mexico, Spain, and few other locations. Globally, Samsung TV Plus users get access to over 800 channels covering sports, music, travel, news, and entertainment.

You can check out the official website to download the app on your TV or smartphone.

 

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