Tech blogger BestBoyZ posted a video of the device hosting the cloud storage programme over on his YouTube channel, sparking rumours that it will go live in October.
The logo for the application bears a resemblance to Dropbox, giving rise to speculation that the Korean company has partnered with the file-distribution firm on the venture.
S Cloud, Samsung's answer to Apple iCloud, was tipped for launch alongside the Galaxy S3 smartphone back in early May.
The service is expected to be compatible with a range of the manufacturer's devices, including smart televisions, tablets, smartphones, PCs and the recently announced Galaxy Camera.
Previous reports suggest that it will offer users 50GB of free storage and not impose any of the content restrictions of its Apple counterpart.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 launches worldwide in October.