In August, Samsung announced an expanded partnership with Microsoft. In addition to pre-installing a large number of Android apps and services from Microsoft for Galaxy devices and emphasizing an enhanced Outlook experience, the company also integrates OneDrive, as well as Link to Windows feature support. The latter, which first appeared on the Galaxy Note 10, is now enabled on other Galaxy devices, and the Android Outlook app was supported by the S Pen stylus a few weeks later.
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OneDrive is now integrated into the Android 10 beta upgrade package for Galaxy Note 10/ Note 10 plus, allowing users to sync their photos and videos directly from the Phone Albumapp app to the Microsoft OneDrive cloud drive.
If your device meets the requirements, you can set up it directly in the Albums app and connect to your Microsoft OneDrive account to designate it as your preferred backup solution.
The move will move all existing photos and videos in the Three Nebula, except recycle bins, to Microsoft’s OneDrive cloud disk, which will offer a one-year free quota.
Note that although Microsoft offers Samsung Galaxy device users 15GB of free capacity for the first year. However, after expiration, users will be charged for content usage beyond 5GB.
In addition, once you choose to migrate to OneDrive, Galaxy device users can no longer cut back to Samsung Cloud. Users who have already paid for The Three Nebula will receive a fee refund from the Korean company.
But even if you’ve switched to Microsoft’s cloud service in the Albumapp app, data will continue to be stored in the Three Nebula, in addition to photos and videos.
It is unclear whether Samsung will abandon its own Samsung Cloud altogether once most users move to Microsoft’s OneDrive.