Samsung Galaxy Note10 delivers OneDrive Gallery experienceDecember 19, 2019
In August, we announced that Microsoft OneDrive will begin powering the photos and cloud storage experience on Samsung Galaxy phones and devices. Samsung is now rolling out the new experience to Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ devices in Europe with the US to follow. Soon your Note10 will natively integrate OneDrive with Samsung Gallery to store your photos and videos in the cloud. When you store your camera roll with OneDrive, your photos and videos will be backed up, protected, and accessible from your phone, PC, Mac, and web browser. With your photos in OneDrive, you’ll won’t need to worry about losing a memory even if you lose your phone.
Samsung Gallery + OneDrive, better together
Take advantage of OneDrive features that make life simpler such as searching by the content in your photos (i.e. cat or beach) or using the new “On this day” feature which periodically shows you photos from years past and invites you to relive some of your best memories. On this day is now available on all Android phones with the OneDrive app.
View your camera roll online
With your camera roll saved to OneDrive, you can view all your Samsung Gallery photos and videos online at OneDrive.com. And this January, we’re introducing a new OneDrive online photos experience that will load your images faster than ever and let you navigate through them with a timeline bar.
OneDrive Mobile App
The OneDrive mobile app, with over 1 billion downloads on Android, comes preinstalled on the Galaxy Note10, and allows you to:
- Access and edit your OneDrive files on the go
- Protect your most important files and photos in Personal Vault
- Scan paper documents, receipts, or whiteboard notes directly into OneDrive as PDFs
- Share and collaborate on your files
- Set your files for offline use
OneDrive storage plans for Samsung Note10
If you have a Galaxy Note10 and you currently have a storage plan with Samsung Cloud, you may be eligible for bonus storage for 1 year. If you are new to OneDrive, you get 5 GB of free storage. If you need more, you can upgrade to a 100 GB plan or an Office 365 subscription, which includes 1 TB of storage plus premium features such as ransomware detection and recovery. Learn more about OneDrive plans.
– Ryan Hoge, Principal Group Product Manager, OneDrive