According to a South Korean newspaper, Samsung
’s iCloud/Google Drive cloud storage competitor, S-Cloud, is due to be revealed at the company’s London event in early May.
Apparently there will be no restrictions on the type of content you can deposit online, and users may have more than 5GB of storage space. The service may also include video on demand features, including popular movies and TV shows, which will cost users a little something. Users should be able to share content between Samsung devices.
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Also notable is Samsung’s cloud partner in the venture: Microsoft.
Although startup after startup has introduced similar cloud offerings over recent years, the era of big tech companies unifying services and storage with the cloud is upon us.