DropBox to come Pre-installed on Sony Ericsson Phones

DropBox has recently announced they have partnered with Sony Ericsson and will be coming pre-installed on future devices from Sony. Dropbox is the popular cloud based storage option that many Android users currently take advantage of. For now the Xperia Play and Arc will be getting the DropBox treatment. They do mention they are working on it for Verizon, but future releases for those devices will have it.

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Don’t worry, Dropbox will still be available for everyone else via the app in the Android Market. Dropbox also mentions they have partnered with Softbank for customers in Japan and will launch installed on devices with them in the future. This news is nothing extremely exciting but it is news so we bring it to you.

One little note I wanted to point out is the DropBox press release mentions an Android powered 3D phone from Sharp, that sounds like an interesting device and I think I’ll look into that more and report back, but it may be for Japan only. For now head over to DropBox to read more if you’d like.

[via DropBox Blog]


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