Samsung teams up with Dropbox to give 50GB of free storage to all Note 4 customers

Image: Dropbox.

All Galaxy Note 4 owners will receive 50GB of free cloud storage. Image: Dropbox.

Samsung’s announced that its partnered with Dropbox to give 50GB of free cloud storage for two years to anyone who purchases the brand new Galaxy Note 4 when it officially hits stores ‘later this fall.’

If you already own a Galaxy-branded device and have claimed 25GB of complimentary storage, don’t worry, you’ll still be eligible for this promotion if you choose to buy the Note 4 — so you’ll have 75GB of space in total. Now that’s pretty cool.

“Dropbox’s focus on providing users with advanced technology for the needs of their mobile lifestyle is a perfect match for Samsung’s philosophy,” writes Injong Rhee, Senior Vice President of Technology Strategy at Samsung Electronics.

“This is why we are embedding Dropbox on our Galaxy mobile devices so that the valuable data and content of users will always be nearby and easily accessible through their Samsung mobile device.”

Users will be able to use this space to store documents, photographs, videos, presentations, sounds, spreadsheets and just about any other file format you can imagine — all of which can be opened and edited on your smartphone thanks to the plethora of third-party composition apps available through the Play Store.

To view the full press release on Dropbox’s blog — click the source link below.