According to Korean tech site MK, Samsung might be prepping up its very own cloud service. It's going to be called, and we are not joking, S-Cloud. In its core, it's going to be similar to Apple's iCloud, but will offer much more, according to the report.
For starters, there won't be any limitations on the things you could upload, which means it will work like Dropbox and the upcoming Google Drive. It'll even come with access to movies, popular TV shows and music. Free and paid content will also be available to various Samsung products such as laptops and tablets.
Furthermore, the amount of storage S-Cloud would offer is said to be more than 5GB, with Microsoft handling the server-side of the operations. We'll find if any of this is true on May 3, when Samsung will unveil its latest flagship Android smartphone.