Since last few years Samsung has offering free cloud storage to their all flagship phones. It started with Samsung Galaxy S3 smartphone, where company claimed free 50GB Dropbox storage to all the customers. Later they moved to Google Drive cloud for their all premium phones – Galaxy S5 and Note 4. Since the Samsung Galaxy S6 Samsung turned to Microsoft Onedrive as their main cloud storage services for the all Samsung devices. In the service users were eligible to get free 100GB Microsoft Onedrive cloud storage for next 2 years. It was best offer for every customers that they don’t have to pay for their cloud services.
Now the offer may have dismissed by Samsung for new flagship devices. The new Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus smartphones are not eligible for the free onedrive cloud service. Many customers were thinking to get benefits of this service as their main cloud service. It is not only device that is dismissed by Samsung, the other flagship phone Galaxy Note 8 also not eligible for this device. Still you can get free 5GB storage from the Microsoft Drive. Other than this offer you can get free 15GB Google Drive space and 2GB Dropbox Storage with your phone. To avail free space you have to download those apps.
It is not clear why Samsung has disconnected Microsoft Onedrive. The Galaxy S6 users are now going to complete their two years with Microsoft Onedrive and to continue they have to give extra charges. It will be great value offer for both if Samsung starts their free 100GB OneDrive Storage space on the new Samsung devices.
Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Samsung Galaxy S8+ both are much waited premium phones into the market. Both are doing great business for Samsung in many countries. Samsung Galaxy S8 duo comes with dual edge screen with 2K display, powerful Snapdragon and Exynos processor, 4/6 GB RAM, 12MP camera, 8MP front camera and 3000mAh battery. Both smartphones are now available in all major countries and soon available into remaining countries.