The hotly anticipated Samsung S-Cloud may land at the company's London event on May 3, where the Galaxy S3 is also expected to launch.
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Rumours of Samsung’s cloud-based service have been circulating for some time, with many speculating as to how it will rival Apple's iCloud.
Now Korean site Maeil Business claims the Samsung S-Cloud will make its debut at the Samsung May 3 event, alongside the much-anticipated Galaxy S3.
According to the website’s sources, S-Cloud will offer a more impressive service without the restrictions currently found on Apple’s iCloud. S-Cloud users will allegedly get more than 5GB of storage space - with rumours that the company has partnered with Microsoft to ensure the service is available worldwide.
Sources further claim that Samsung will offer a range of HD quality TV, movies and music through the cloud service. Though whether any of these features will be free, remains unknown.
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