Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 Now Comes With 50 GB FREE Dropbox Storage
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is the latest Samsung tablet in the market right now and with the 50 GB of free Dropbox storage, it might also be the best one out there.
Apparently, Samsung has made partners with the cloud storage giant allowing the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 users to get 50 GB of free cloud storage for two whole years. Of course, you would have to pay after two years for continuing the usage or risk loosing all your data stored in the clouds.
To get the free Dropbox storage, users would simply need to sign into their Dropbox account while setting up the device. However, in case the users had already installed the Dropbox app on their Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 then a simple launch will also do the trick.
If you are a follower of Galaxy series, then you might remember that Samsung also introduced a same type of offer for the Samsung Galaxy S3′s which unfortunately was blocked by both AT&T and Verizon while T-Mobile and Sprint S3 users enjoyed the free space. However, you can be rest assured that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 won’t meet the same fate since it is a WiFi only tablet and hence has no monopoly of carriers.
We hope that Samsung continues its trend of offering free Dropbox space with every new device because if it continues to do so, it might eventually become a trend or rather a basic requirement for other manufactures to provide some free cloud storage.
For normal users, such storage would normally cost around $100 per year, so it might actually be not a bad deal to get the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1.