A SUSPECTED Spotify leak had indicated that its premium HiFi service could be about to launch.
So far the music streaming platform has confirmed plans for a high-resolution audio tier but hasn't revealed a specific launch date for the service.
A video posted on Reddit by user Nickx000x claims to show a preview of Spotify HiFi and indicates that it's basically ready to launch.
The footage was captioned: “Here’s a sneak peek at the upcoming HiFi onboarding process from modifying the app”.
The video begins with the green HiFi logo before moving to a screen which states: "Welcome to the best way to listen to music on Spotify”.
It suggests that, once you start using Spotify HiFi, relevant songs and audio settings are adjusted automatically.
A green light could indicate which songs work with the service.
The video should be taken with a pinch of salt though as there has been no official confirmation from Spotify about this 'leak'.
What is Spotify HiFi?
The "HiFi" plan streams music in a better, CD-quality format – an option already offered by competitors Tidal and Amazon Music.
We know Spotify HiFi will become avaliable sometime this year.
The company previously said it “will deliver music in CD-quality, lossless audio format to your device".
It added that the subscription tier "means fans will be able to experience more depth and clarity while enjoying their favourite tracks."
Spotify has not yet revealed the pricing of its new service, which will only be available in "select markets", but it's likely to be pricey.
Currently, Amazon Music HD costs up to £14.99 per month while Tidal's "HIFI" plan is priced at £19.99.
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