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  1. MaxBuck's Avatar
    People are certainly entitled to their opinions, but a phone that has 16 GB available for apps and up to 64 GB available for data is pretty impressive to me. Add in the terrific display and the S-pen, and I now have a phenomenal computer that will make phone calls.

    If someone else chooses to be unimpressed, that's their prerogative. They don't need to buy one.
    lpt2569 likes this.
    01-18-2013 02:30 PM
  2. cjc6's Avatar
    Hello I'm new to all Android phones. How does one do that, are there links? Thanks In Advance.

    there has been a solution to this problem for a while now ...

    01-18-2013 04:13 PM
  3. BadProf_1's Avatar
    Anyone know if this is the real deal or copy ? The Samsung Galaxy Note II N7100 32GB is run on the clever Android OS, v4.1 (Jelly Bean) OS.The Android OS, v4.1 (Jelly Bean) is backed up by a 1.6 GHz quad-core and 2 GB RAM of RAM which together ensure the smooth running of applications on the phon

    Anyway even if those who want GN2 with 32 or 64gb internal are only a few percent how hard would it be for Samsung to do a run of each ? I go with the getting more Apple and Google like day by day theory.
    01-26-2013 01:38 AM
  4. AkongTweeter's Avatar
    If its like that, why they advertise Samsung Note 2 with 16,32 & 64GB? They should have advertised the 16GB---!!!! i am so disappointed right now!
    03-16-2013 06:08 AM
  5. Casey Cheung's Avatar
    I'm now down to 2.38GB of free internal storage left on my Note 2 phone. Even my large Sandisk Ultra 64GB external card is half filled up!

    My Samsung 7.7 Tab (tablet by Verizon) only had 16GB of internal storage to start, actually around 12GB free to user brand new. After only a couple month's usage, my Samsung 7.7 Tab is now down to around 7GB of free storage space.

    I find it very odd that even the large 10" screen Samsung Tab only has a pathetic 16GB of internal storage space. Seriously, a device with a 10" screen should have a minimum of 128GB of internal storage in my opinion. Memory is so cheap nowadays, and I'd happily fork over an extra $50 to $100 for double or triple internal storage.

    Although I don't care for an iPad, I admire Apple's decision for a larger 128GB internal storage model, I'm sure there are users out there who will pay the premium price for extra storage.
    Attached Thumbnails The "No 32GB/64GB" Conundrum - Am I the only one who sees a problem?-screenshot-storage-space-left-note-2-phone.png  
    03-18-2013 10:01 AM
  6. Dreamliner330's Avatar
    Some people on the forum actively defend the low amount of memory on Android phones...on the DNA forum for example, 'why would you need more than 12gb usable?'

    If you ask me, the flagship phone should have a 128GB option, SD card, 3000mah+ battery, 1080 resolution, a Wolfson DAC and front facing speakers...
    03-19-2013 12:52 AM
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