Samsung Galaxy Note 7 might launch next to a cloud storage service
As the launch date of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 draws near, more and more insiders reveal interesting facts about it. The latest report comes via 9to5Google, from an anonymous source who "has actually seen the device." The information confirmed includes most of the technical specs, but there are also a few new facts about the Samsung Cloud service.
Around two weeks ago, Samsung made a new trademark filing in the EU for a service called "Samsung Cloud Together" and now the source mentioned above claims it will ship with Galaxy Note 7 as "Samsung Cloud" and nothing more. Considering what services like iCloud offer, it is quite obvious what Samsung Cloud has in store - backup to cloud, access across multiple devices, and more.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is also expected to ship featuring a Corning Gorilla Glass 5-protected display, IP68 certification for protection from the elements, an iris scanner, USB Type-C and NFC connectivity, S-Pen support, and more. The official unveil takes place on August 2nd, so we will get back to it next week.
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