05-13-2012 04:51 AM
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  1. DroidDev's Avatar
    Originally Posted by Tkbredx
    Google Drive + Google Music + Drop Box = 16 Gigs is more than enough for me lol
    This is my point. What does someone fill that kind of space with these days? I use about 4 right now and 3 of it is CWM.
    Cloud Storage. No signal = no access to your data. That is my point, give me 128gb of physical storage any day.
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    05-09-2012 10:39 AM
  2. Tkbredx's Avatar
    Cloud Storage. No signal = no access to your data. That is my point, give me 128gb of physical storage any day.
    Good point but how often does one lose signal? The last time that happened to me was when I went camping so it didnt even matter. Plus anything I really need will probably be on my iPad (I shouldve gotten the Acer Transformer Prime TFTyadayadayada... terrible name by the way). But yeah anything I need will probably be on my iPad and it will definitely be on my computer. Im fine with the cloud storage, no extra costs plus its pretty reliable in my opinion.

    Cloud Storage + Flashdrive + iPod + iPad + Laptop + iMac = No need for extra room on my phone. Give me the cheapest GS3 in stock! lol
    05-09-2012 08:42 PM
  3. Master Control's Avatar
    Spotify Premium lets me gain access to a huge amount of music that would otherwise highly impact my SD card capacity. But I still need some MP3s on-board when I don't feel like streaming or when I'm at a coffee shop and their WiFi proves unreliable.
    05-10-2012 01:33 AM
  4. hell911's Avatar
    as a "new to android/smartphone" user, i dont know what version to buy, 32gb or 64.
    05-10-2012 10:05 AM
  5. DroidDev's Avatar
    as a "new to android/smartphone" user, i dont know what version to buy, 32gb or 64.
    Bigger is always better right?
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    05-10-2012 02:34 PM
  6. camiller's Avatar
    That's a ridiculous amount of memory. Who needs a possible 128gb of storage on a phone?
    In 1989 a friend was ordering a new desktop computer with a 10 MB (yes a "M" not a "G") hard drive. The vendor was out of the 10 MB drives and offered to upgrade him to the 20 MB at no additional charge. He said "sure but what am I going to ever do with 20 MB of storage!"
    05-10-2012 06:37 PM
  7. weezul's Avatar
    I like to take my entire music library around with me on my phone, and now with 128gb i can take a lot of video as well. Happy days
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    05-10-2012 06:42 PM
  8. scorpiodsu's Avatar
    I rather have the physical storage. Cloud storage is good and all but I dont want to rely on a strong Internet connection all the time to have access to my stuff. At my job and in the gym I get decent data signals but I wouldnt be able to stream much. So if I'm at the gym I need my entire music library. I need all my stuff with me. I only use cloud for data backup like contacts and important information. But my media stays in my pocket and I want to be able to access it quickly all the time without killing my battery. Having said that, I don't need 128gb. 32gb is good for me. I rather have it and not need it than need it and not have it. Buy whichever fits your needs. It's good they are making flexible enough for those who need the physical storage and those who don't.
    05-10-2012 08:21 PM
  9. hell911's Avatar
    Bigger is always better right?
    yes i know, but i dont know which apps are "big enough" to fill 32gb, and i have external memory to put my songs, movies, etc..

    is there a list of "top 10" biggest apps (in size)?
    05-10-2012 08:46 PM
  10. Tkbredx's Avatar
    As for the gym part, S-Pebble shall save you lol. Its pretty nifty yet simplistic
    05-10-2012 11:31 PM
  11. DroidDev's Avatar
    yes i know, but i dont know which apps are "big enough" to fill 32gb, and i have external memory to put my songs, movies, etc..

    is there a list of "top 10" biggest apps (in size)?
    Not sure here. But you could always, DOWNLOAD ALL THE THINGS!

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    05-11-2012 12:48 AM
  12. piizzadude's Avatar
    The ReZound can take 64GB....just sayin' a newer phone should to
    05-11-2012 03:26 AM
  13. trivor's Avatar
    I just hope it isn't $100 per storage allotment. It doesn't cost nearly $100 to add 16GB to get to 32GB, nor even to add another 32GB for 64GB.
    Obviously you don't follow the world of Apple (or even some Android tablets - how can even the budget tablets only ship with 8 GB). Also, why is the One X only shipping with 16 GB (which means only 10 GB available for media/data).
    05-11-2012 04:52 AM
  14. vvt-i's Avatar
    That's a ridiculous amount of memory. Who needs a possible 128gb of storage on a phone?
    Porn vids take up lots of space lol

    Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I717 using Tapatalk 2
    05-11-2012 05:29 AM
  15. Jimieo's Avatar
    I always forget about cloud storage for the most part. I had only thought of Google Music (love). Don't forget the (I think) unlimited pictures you can store on Google+

    If the cost of the 64gb model is not drastically higher than the 32gb, I will get that one regardless. I never thought I would fill my 32gb iPod Touch, but I did. Oh well. To each their own.

    Google Drive + Google Music + Drop Box = 16 Gigs is more than enough for me lol
    05-12-2012 05:09 PM
  16. snoopyandroid's Avatar
    Yeah i got a lot of apps (128 to be exact) and im only usin about 3 gb of memory

    Sent from my Nexus S 4G using Tapatalk 2
    +music, +movies = space gone pretty quickly.
    05-12-2012 05:14 PM
  17. snoopyandroid's Avatar
    I just hope it isn't $100 per storage allotment. It doesn't cost nearly $100 to add 16GB to get to 32GB, nor even to add another 32GB for 64GB.
    Wait for Boxing Day, 64gb cards will be cheap!!!
    05-12-2012 05:18 PM
  18. Lorak's Avatar
    The big news is not that it will take a 64gb card. But that it supports the new formatting. Your not locked into fat32.

    Sent from my PC36100 using Tapatalk 2
    05-12-2012 05:32 PM
  19. anon367353's Avatar
    The big news is not that it will take a 64gb card. But that it supports the new formatting. Your not locked into fat32.

    Sent from my PC36100 using Tapatalk 2
    It has exFAT support. You are not locked into FAT32.

    SGS3 has a proprietary Samsung exFAT kernel driver. No 4GB file size limitation

    AndroidNZ: Samsung Galaxy S3, secrets revealed: Battery life, exFAT, Apt-X (bonus scandal: the iPad2 buyers lottery)
    05-13-2012 04:51 AM
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