Samsung’s S Cloud Service Spotted

  • September 3, 2012



Samsung was widely expected to unveil a cloud service called S Cloud alongside the Galaxy S III in May, but it didn’t materialize in the end. We’ve just seen the first solid evidence of its existence, however, courtesy of a hands-on video from German siteBestBoyZ where S Cloud appears in the Galaxy Note II’s settings menu.

There are options for syncing photos and videos, and beyond requiring a Samsung account it also hooks into Dropbox — potentially a good way to use that 50GB of free storage that Galaxy Note II and Galaxy Camera owners will receive. We previously heard that S Cloud might have been delayed while Samsung searched for a commercial cloud storage partner, and it seems that may well have been accurate.


However, it’s unclear what features S Cloud currently offers beyond Dropbox’s standard video and photo uploading on Android, or indeed that service’s “deep integration” promised for upcoming products like the Galaxy Camera. S Cloud may still be under development since Samsung is yet to make any announcement, but if nothing else this is the strongest indication yet that it exists in some form.


After being ‘inspired’ by the iPhone, its looks like Samsung being ‘inspired’ by iCloud.




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