HTC promises 5GB Dropbox storage for all new phones

HTC promises 5GB Dropbox storage for all new phones

HTC today announced that the handset maker will be pre-loading Dropbox onto all future Android smartphones.  Rather than just giving the standard 2GB of free storage, HTC customers will find that they have 5GB right out of the box.  We had heard this was going to be the case with the HTC Rhyme, wondering whether it would be for all Sense 3.5 UI phones going forward.  The Dropbox move is just the latest in a series of partnerships from HTC which see the smartphone manufacturer looking to differentiate.

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  1. Anonymous
    October 24, 17:51 Reply

    5GB is good but not great.  You can easily get up to 3.5GB without referral.  I want to see at least 8-10GB   

  2. Anonymous
    October 25, 06:09 Reply

    5 Gb is great considering other Phone manufacturers are probably not offering a thing.

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