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  1. bembol's Avatar
    I didn't know about this until it was pointed out on another forum.

    hTc gave us 32GB in the One.

    I never used on-board storage in my previous Galaxies since I have my 64GB SanDisk Ultra but this is a ****** move by Samsung. My SanDisk is RMA and I only have 8.44GB available left.
    05-02-2013 02:46 PM
  2. mouseglider's Avatar
    I wonder who has 9gb of apps let alone apps they are actually using lol. I do agree with your sentiment about moving stuff around but in regards to media. I like 1 large partition. Sure expandable memory is a great option to have but o prefer not to use it if I don't have to.

    Sent from my HTC One using Android Central Forums
    I have a 32Gb S3 with a 64gb ext card - I have almost 7.55gb of apps and I use them all - of course some more than others and two small games (as I don't play much) - I carry most all of my pictures on my internal memory card partition and videos/movies/misl on my external card.

    For me a S4 with 32gb is a "minimum" for the way I use it - 64gb would be preferred - also the camera picture files alone will almost double in size from the S4 because it has a 13mp camera vs a S3 with 8mp - yes I know I can move my pictures to the external card, but I have found that the internal card is faster and more stable with less corruption than an external class 10 card - so movies and less critical things go onto my external card.

    My .02 cents worth.
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    05-06-2013 11:52 PM
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