Samsung begins Cloud Drive data syncing with Microsoft OneDrive for some users

Samsung and Microsoft continue to advance the integration of some of their services meant for consumer productivity as part of a partnership announced in August of this year. The South Korean tech giant appears to have started syncing the photos and videos of Samsung Cloud users with their Microsoft OneDrive account.

The integration is live only for Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ devices running Android 10 beta for now. In the Gallery app settings menu, some users are beginning to see an advisory to sync their pictures and videos to OneDrive by connecting their Microsoft and Samsung Cloud accounts. The data transfer won't apply to data stored in the cloud Recycle Bin, though.

Once you sync your data, your free Samsung Cloud storage quota will remain in place for one year in OneDrive. Of course, you will need to pay for more cloud storage space in excess of the 5GB free tier. Samsung will also cancel your current subscription to a premium Cloud storage plan and will send a refund for your last payment.

If the free tier falls short of your storage requirements, Microsoft is offering 15GB of additional free data space, provided you make the switch to OneDrive. Keep in mind, though, that you won't be able to undo the changes after you sync your photos and videos.

Source: SamMobile

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