Missed by many but caught by German site BestBoyZ is interesting evidence, discovered on the GALAXY Note II running Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, of 'S Cloud'.
Digging further into the menu, it's revealed that this service is in fact operated by Dropbox. In a way, this should come as no surprise, as Samsung has typically been offering 50GB of free Dropbox storage with several of its latest devices. This does send a message, however, of a Samsung commitment to the filelocker service, despite the presence of new and potentially cheaper alternatives such as Google Drive, or, straight to the Dropbox source, Amazon S3.
It's suspected that S Cloud will arrive as standard with Android Jelly Bean updates on the various Samsung devices; we wonder if it will offer any enhanced integration beyond what we've come to expect with the standard Dropbox app and Google Drive.