Samsung S-Cloud to launch alongside the Samsung Galaxy S3
New S-Cloud online storage service set to be unveiled at Samsung’s 3 May Galaxy event.
Hot on the heels of the Google Drive cloud service it seems Samsung will be launching its own online cloud where you can stash all of your files securely, ready to access anywhere.
A report from Maeil Business Newspaper suggests the Samsung S-Cloud will be announced at the Samsung Mobile Unpacked shindig on 3 May. It’s an appetiser to the main event: the official launch of the follow-up to the world’s favourite Android smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy SII.
It seems S-Cloud will be similar to Apple’s iCloud but with no limitations on the content you can upload. We can also expect it to provide access to free and on-demand TV, music and movies. Based on Samsung’s previous cloud talk, it will offer 5GB of free storage with the option to upgrade to more.
S-Cloud adds another ‘everything connected’ element to the Samsung AllShare concept of streaming all your content between all your devices, including smartphones, tablets, TVs and laptops.
And to ensure there really are no limits to this approach, the word is Samsung has teamed up with Microsoft to make S-Cloud available right across the globe.
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