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LG Cloud to launch tomorrow in Sth Korea and the U.S.

In following suit with competitors all around and what is a definitive path, LG is also raising some of its services up onto the Cloud with the Beta of its LG Cloud online storage service having been given the green light.

In following suit with competitors all around and what is a definitive path, LG is also raising some of its services up onto the Cloud with the Beta of its LG Cloud online storage service having been given the green light.

The service will provide online storage sharing via your PC, mobile device, smart TV etc. in which music, photos and videos can be shared between these devices signed into the same account.

Additionally the service allows for the exporting of 3D content recorded on an Optimus 3D/3D Max, allowing it to the shared to a TV that is capable of playing it back.

2GB of space is provided straight off the bat following free signup, with that shifting up to 5GB if an LG device has been purchased. Further is that for the first 6 months users will have 50GB of space to tinker with.

LG is working on the implementation of optional paid storage, but pricing is yet to be settled on. LG Cloud will launch tomorrow in South Korea and in the U.S. with more regions to follow.

Source: LG Cloud

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