Samsung Cloud hits the Galaxy S7 series
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Current Samsung devices that run Android can take advantage of the Smart Switch app to transfer files from an old handset to a new one, but the Galaxy Note7 will soon launch next to a new online storage service. Simply called Samsung Cloud, it looks like this cloud storage service has just begun to hit the Galaxy S7 series via a software update.
According to SamMobile, the Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge got a minor update at the end of last week. Having a size of almost 152 MB, this update contains the July security patch, performance improvements, Bluetooth and NFC fixes, upgrades to the GPS, as well as Samsung Cloud. Although there is no official announcement yet, it is very likely for the Galaxy S7 series to receive 15 GB of free cloud storage, the same amount as the Note7.
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