Apparently Samsung will be launching their own cloud service at their London event this May 3rd, called the ‘S-Cloud‘.
According to the Maeil Business, a leaked “Samsung Electronics SW Consolidation Plan” claims S-Cloud will be similar to Apple’s iCloud, but without any limitations on the type of content you can upload. The service might launch with access to popular TV shows, movies, music and have free and paid content available to a range of Samsung devices, from laptops to tablets and smartphones. Storage would be ‘more than 5GB’ but there’s no info on whether there are paid offerings as well.
Rumors are Samsung delayed the service when they had problems finding a cloud storage partner, but they’ve *gasp* partnered with Microsoft to ensure S-Cloud is available everywhere.
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