Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Rumors: Phablet Coming With 5GB Cloud Storage
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is expected to be revealed next month and rumors continue to fly in on what the phablet will have to offer.Advertisement
To date, everyone is expecting a powerful Samsung Galaxy Note 7 highlighted by a 5.7-inch curved display backed by either a Qualcomm Snapdragon or Exynos SoC. There is also the highly anticipated 12MP main camera, which will account for high-resolution image and video captures, bringing up concerns on the base internal storage capacity.
Sam Mobile suggests that the base model will start with a 64GB internal storage, which is already a big bump from the 32GB capacity the Galaxy S7 has. But the question now is whether that would be enough once eventual owners start using the phablet’s camera.
Samsung Cloud Storage
Unless users are fine with constantly moving their files to a desktop, Samsung may have one alternative. In a separate report from 9to5 Google, the Korean company has reportedly filed a couple of trademarks via the European Union.
The trademark filed is associated with a potential cloud storage service called “Samsung Cloud Together” or simply “Samsung Cloud.” The said service will allegedly ship as an add-on to the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 7.
Simply put, this is seen by many as Samsung’s dish at Apple’s iCloud service. It will offer Samsung users the ability to backup their data and make it accessible across other devices.
For starters, the “Samsung Cloud” will offer users a default 5GB of free storage after which paid plans will follow for the ones who want more space. It remains to be seen if “Samsung Cloud” will be the added feature to the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is expected to be revealed on August 2.