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    Gsm says 128gb

    Sony Xperia Z2 - Full phone specifications

    But the Sony site says 64gb.

    http://www.sonymobile.com/global-en/...pecifications/

    What gives?

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    It's 128gb. http://www-support-downloads.sonymob...peria_z2_3.pdf

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    This is good news.

    Next question.....

    Where can I find a cheap 128gb sd card in UK?

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    You can't. Unless you have over a hundred quid you're out of luck. Time will bring the price down but....

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    Quote Originally Posted by liamd77 View Post
    This is good news.

    Next question.....

    Where can I find a cheap 128gb sd card in UK?

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    Yeh the more phones to implement the 128gb card will drive the price down but that will be many many months away.

    And just by example the Note 3 stated expandable upto 64gb but its been tested and it accepts 128gb which is great although the card is priced to high at the moment.

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    Default Re: Sd card: 64gb or 128gb

    I guess, since the SDXC standart supports upto 2TB, if the OS does support, 128GB might not be the limit. In my opinion this is the reason, old devices seem to support new 128GB cards.

    But I have a different question.

    What are the access / read / write speeds for the internal (16GB) memory the Z2 has?

    I assume, they must be superior to those of external SD storage.

    Using an external storage for applications is never a good idea in my opinion. Dismounts, corruption, file system preference, etc...
    Well, pictures, video, documents, no problem.
    Morover, it's against the philosopy of posix to use a mounted external storage for system assets (which I tend to include applications within).

    Yes, of course I'll ask for more Cause 16GB is nothing today...
    External storage is slow, non-native, mounted...

    So, how come? Why did they not provide 32GB like others do?

    Is it going to be on another model later?

    This, at the moment is the sole reason I'm not buying the Z2 (and also my doubts on the glass surface and the screen endurance may too have an influence on my decision)...

    By the way, can anyone enlighten me on the speed rates of the internal storage of z2?

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