Samsung has just announced the Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Note edge, both devices which will launch in October. In a new partnership with file storage service Dropbox every user that purchases a Galaxy Note 4 or Galaxy Note Edge will receive over 50GB of free Dropbox Storage (for 2 years). In addition to this, users will also be able to:
- Automatically back up the Gallery App to DropBox
- All documents from the default mobile viewer or editor will be saved onto their Dropbox account.
Samsung has already been working with Dropbox since 2011 but it seems like now it is starting to become the default Samsung cloud service.
It is important to note that this will only apply if you become a new DropBox costumer, if you want to make use of the 50Gb you will have to register a new account from your Galaxy Note 4
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