OneDrive replaces Samsung Cloud photo gallery on Note 10

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Microsoft and Samsung announced they would  rollout of a new feature that will make the integration between the Galaxy Note 10’ photo gallery and OneDrive a lot easier. While European users can already see the changes, those from the US will have to wait a little bit longer.

How will this integration work?

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This new integration is meant to be a replacement for the Samsung Cloud. Now users will be able to sync their gallery entries (both pictures and videos) directly from the app.

The media can then be reviewed through the OneDrive app both on Android and iOS, making cloud support a better option than local storage.

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.

This new integration is just one of the many signs that the partnership between Microsoft and Samsung is evolving further and further. One good example is the many features that allow the new Galaxy Note 10 to sync and integrate better with Windows 10 PCs.

These features include a way to use a Windows 10 device as a monitor for Samsung DeX, and connect their Galaxy Note10 to Windows 10 with the link to Windows.

Another thing users should be looking forward to is a new photo experience that will arrive in January for OneDrive online. This will load images quickly and will feature a timeline bar.


Both Samsung users and Microsoft users eagerly await the full implementation of this feature. Additionally, they are even more eager to see what other neat features are to come.

Do you think that the Samsung and Microsoft’s accords are mutually beneficial? Let us know what you believe in the comment section below.


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