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Samsung Galaxy S22’s 100GB OneDrive Cloud Storage

OneDrive Cloud Storage Malaysia

New users can take advantage of Samsung Galaxy S22’s 100GB OneDrive Cloud Storage if they are heavy users for photography or just love to take photos with their Galaxy smartphone.

From smoother, clearer nighttime videos and photos in low light conditions with Nightography features, to more steady-state clarity images – to the enhanced zoom capabilities feature allowing users to obtain the perfect focus and capture stunning visuals crisp and clear without losing its quality and advanced editing enabled by Expert RAW.

The all-new Galaxy S22 Series is packed with revolutionary camera experiences that can take your photos and videos to the next level.

These remarkable camera features will definitely capture all of life’s moments with versatility and stunningly vibrant colours, but running out of room on your phone can be a disaster.

Samsung Malaysia has good news for you. From 25 February 2022 until 31 January 2023, new users can enjoy 6 months of 100GB OneDrive Cloud Storage with the all-new Galaxy S22 Series by connecting your gallery with OneDrive — now you no longer have to worry about losing that great shot.

How to redeem the 100GB OneDrive Cloud Storage offer?

  1. Link your Samsung Account to OneDrive.
  2. After linking your account, the promotion will appear and then click on OneDrive 100GB plan.
  3. Set up your payment in Google Play and you’re good to go.

You can also get more information and details on the 100GB OneDrive Cloud Storage offer.

To pre-order the latest Galaxy devices, you can do so at the main Samsung Malaysia website for the Galaxy S22 Ultra 5G or for the Galaxy S22 | S22+ 5G.


Samsung Galaxy S22’s 100GB OneDrive Cloud Storage is highly recommended, especially for those who take a lot of photography.

For example, I do a lot of smartphone photography with my Galaxy devices and this is something I will be looking to do as space runs out quickly when I go on photo trips.

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