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    Default Is the storage partitioned? or is it full 32/64GB like the One X+?

    One thing I couldn't stand with the HTC One X was the partition. A small partition for apps and the larger for media.. it was basically an artificial limit for apps and wasn't necessary. I always was worried about app space and even on multiple occasions got low memory errors.

    Now that I'm on the One X+, which has 64GB of full, unpartitioned space, I never worry about installing apps or low memory errors.

    Does the HTC One have this same storage scheme? or is it partitioned like the One X?
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    Default Re: Is the storage partitioned? or is it full 32/64GB like the One X+?

    Quote Originally Posted by sniffs View Post
    One thing I couldn't stand with the HTC One X was the partition. A small partition for apps and the larger for media.. it was basically an artificial limit for apps and wasn't necessary. I always was worried about app space and even on multiple occasions got low memory errors.

    Now that I'm on the One X+, which has 64GB of full, unpartitioned space, I never worry about installing apps or low memory errors.

    Does the HTC One have this same storage scheme? or is it partitioned like the One X?
    Unpartitioned it seems :o

    Sent from my HTC One
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