HTC music streaming service to be launched on MWC

HTC has planned to launch the new music streaming service that suits well with Android smart phones. This handset manufacturer has planned to launch fewer but more efficient and attractive devices at MWC 2012, which will be held in Barcelona at the end of this month. It is also supposed that HTC is going to launch their new smartphone and tablet devices at MWC that may support this music streaming service. It seems that HTC is trying to hold off competition by launching new services that go fine with its Android smartphones.

HTC music streaming service to be launched on MWC

According to GigaOM reports, HTC is still working on the price and other matters related to the service. This service can be considered as a competitor of iTunes, Spotify and Google Music. Consequently, HTC has already faced a considerable stake in Beats Audio. It is reported that Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre, owner of Beats Audio are working with Iovine, a music industry iconoclast to develop a streaming service that is believed to be offered as a default music client on HTC phones and tablets. Many people are not aware that they are the famous Rappers and Hip hop producers in the music industry. Jimmy Iovine is the chairman of Inters cope-Geffen-A&M, one of Universal Music Group units in North America. Thus, they have close relation with music. Let us hope that we would see a new and brilliant innovation at MWC.

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