Samsung’s answer to Apple’s iCloud, the S-Cloud has been rumored to launch in August of this year. Besides that, other reports have stated that the cloud-based service for its smartphones and tablets that will be provided by the South Korean technology giant will in-fact be called S-Cloud. Recent reports in the same vein have indicated that instead of an August roll-out, Samsung is rumored to introduce the service alongside the upcoming flagship product, Samsung Galaxy S III which is allegedly launching in London on May 3rd.


For the moment all of that remains unofficial and can only be classified as rumors but the thought of cloud based services coming to Samsung phones and tablets is virtually mouth-watering. Rumors regarding the device have been flowing thickly over the past few months and just like that, the news about the purported S-Cloud must be taken with the same pinch of salt. The Samsung S-Cloud is reported to be similar with Apple’s iCloud but according to several sources, it comes without the same limitations and will provide access to TV shows, movies and music consisting of free and paid content. With regards to the mysterious cloud based service, that is all we know for now but do stay tuned to Ubergizmo for further updates on the subject.

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