Friday, 4 May 2012

Dropbox partnership will give Samsung Galaxy S III customers 50GB of cloud storage for free

While no S-Cloud of its own was announced last night, Samsung is still not leaving Galaxy S III customers to dry. It has partnered with Dropbox to give them not 25GB of cloud storage as HTC does, but double that amount for two years.
The Dropbox app will come with the Galaxy S III, and once you register, you'll have access to the whopping 50GB of cloud storage for free, which at current Dropbox prices amounts to $200 over the course of two years. This mimics the partnership between and Sony Mobile, which is also giving away 50GB to Xperia owners. 

For more info on Dropbox vs the rest you can read our full breakdown of the cloud storage services.