Samsung’s S Cloud service spotted on the Galaxy Note 2
Just like popular cloud service Dropbox, the S Cloud too has options of syncing and uploading photos from your smartphone or tablet to the S Cloud account.
We had been waiting since long to get a glimpse on Samsung’s patent cloud service more commonly known as S Cloud. An appearance of the S Cloud as an integration with the Samsung Galaxy S3 was much speculated but the S3 was devoid of any such feature upon launch.
Just like popular cloud service Dropbox, the S Cloud too has options of syncing and uploading photos from your smartphone or tablet to the S Cloud account. And since Dropbox is a long time partner of Samsung, there’s no need to create a separate Samsung account if you already have a Dropbox account.
There’s not much known on the exact features. It would be great if Samsung offers features apart from traditional Dropbox features. Also we don’t know if Samsung has any plans of merging S Cloud with the “deep integration” feature that it brings along with the Samsung Galaxy camera and of course the galaxy Note 2.
German website BestBoyZ has had their hands on the S Cloud on the Galaxy Note 2. You can check it below.