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Re: is the 32gb worth it?
I got the 32GB because on my last phone (Nexus S) I got upto 13GB of 16GB used. I always thought it's better to have more space than you need instead of not enough. And 32GB wasn't that much more money.
Plus I was worried about using an SD card slowing the phone down.
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- 08-10-2012, 10:11 PM #16Banned
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I think having the 32 one is better. I hv both and one has a 16 san disk card type 4 and my 32 has a 64 type 10 pny card. Which runs super dooper fast.. The type of class on the card will make the phone run slower ir faster
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- 08-10-2012, 10:12 PM #17
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- 08-10-2012, 11:52 PM #19
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Re: is the 32gb worth it?
I can give a little insight for the sd card talk. From what I know, the class 10 cards are faster for the reading and writing of large files, such as HD video and high res pictures It's also better for taking pictures while recording video at the same time.
I belive the Class 4 and 6 cards are actually faster for random access and the reading/writing of smaller files, such as running apps on the SD card.
- 08-11-2012, 01:55 AM #20
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The SD card standards are class 2, 4, 6 and 10.
They rate according to data write speed. A class 2 is 2Mb per second while the 4 is 4Mb per second and the 6 and 10 are 6Mb and 10Mb per second.
The faster the card obviously, the faster the writes to the card will be. The phone may slow down slightly, due to different manufacturers and different processes of making the cards. All in all, any lag from the cards should be minimal or even unnoticeable as long as you don't have a 1st generation micro SD that is a class 2 128 MB or something similar.
A 32 or 64 GB class10 should be good enough for the next few years.
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- 08-11-2012, 02:52 AM #22
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"640K ought to be enough for anybody."
I like to have as much of my music movies pics etc stored locally just in case i am ever in a situation where I have no data connection ie hospital, office buildings etc and need entertainment so i went with the 32g. I do not have it filled up because i also have a 32g memory card as well. I did manage to fill my 32g iphone and came close to filling my razr maxx. Do i truly need the space not really but I like to have it just in case. Plus having expandable memory is reassuring as well.
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