Samsung have recently unveiled the new Galaxy note 2 handset, the follow up to the original Galaxy Note which proved the surprise success of 2012. When the original model was first revealed many people deemed the 5.3 inch screen to large, comparing the phone to a tablet device. In spite of this the handset sold in its millions and the new version will hit shelves soon.
One piece of news that has emerged relating to the new Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is that users will once again be offered a free allocation of cloud storage from Dropbox. The company have established themselves as major player when it comes to remote storage. This allows users to access their data from various different device along with limiting the amount of built in storage used. Dropbox will offer Galaxy Note 2 users 50GB of space. It is expected that the new Galaxy Camera will also have access to the facility.
Dropbox storage allows Samsung to offer users of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 a better user experience with the option of accessing a wide range of data on various different devices. The head of Mobile Development at Dropbox said “These integration’s with Samsung’s latest Wi-Fi and 4G enabled camera and Galaxy Note II means Dropbox users can rest assured their photos and videos will be with them anytime, anywhere”. Samsung are excited about this new addition to their range of smartphones as it incorporates some great features such as the high quality eight mega pixel camera and the new speedy Exynos 4412 chipset. Understandably the main attraction of the Note 2 is its impressive 5.3 inch screen which boasts a superb resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels.
We can expect to see the new Samsung Galaxy Note 2 on the selves very soon and users on the Three network will be able to get their hands on this attractive new phone first. Consumers will enjoy the free allocation of Dropbox storage along with many other great features.