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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy Camera to Free Dropbox 50GB

Posted on the 13 September 2012 by Hpmurah2u @hpmurah2u
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There is good news for users of Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy Camera. Dropbox confirmed that the owners of the Galaxy Note 2 and Galaxy Camera will have cloud-based storage service for 50GB. This service can be enjoyed free of charge for 2 years.
Previously, free Dropbox service is also available to users Galaxy S III. The owners of these devices will find the Dropbox app directly on their device. With this partnership, users can easily synchronize files and photos from a variety of mobile devices to cloud storage.
Galaxy Note 2 will automatically sync photos and videos stored on Dropbox into the Gallery application.
'The most important thing for us is to deliver the best experience for our all users mobile devices they use, and this partnership shows our joint commitment to Samsung user in offering the best possible experience, "said Lars Fjeldsoe-Nielsen, Head of Mobile Bussiness Development Dropbox. 'Integration with Wi-Fi camera products and the latest 4G from Samsung, and the Galaxy Note 2 mean that Dropbox users can calmly take photos and videos in one place anytime, anywhere.'
origin source by engadget

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