Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 29th Oct 2012 18:14 UTC
Google While Microsoft is unveiling all about Windows Phone 8, Google ruined the party a little bit by 'leaking' all about Android 4.2, the Nexus 10 tablet, and the new Nexus phone, the LG Nexus 4. There's some pretty awesome stuff in here from Google - except for the fact the devices themselves are kind of ugly.
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RE: And no micro-SD
by Kalessin on Mon 29th Oct 2012 21:17 UTC in reply to "And no micro-SD"
Kalessin
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2007-01-18

No micro-SD? 16GB is pitiful if you there's no external storage (let alone 8GB). It drives me crazy that my current phone only has 32GB external storage. I can fit only a fraction of my music on there, and while I can certainly live without being able to put it all on there, it's really annoying to not be able to. And streaming services (including Google Music) don't cut it, because streaming all of that data is a total waste of money in comparison to putting the songs in local storage (it also requires have a good connection, which I don't always have).

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RE[2]: And no micro-SD
by chithanh on Tue 30th Oct 2012 02:01 in reply to "RE: And no micro-SD"
chithanh Member since:
2006-06-18

No micro-SD? 16GB is pitiful if you there's no external storage (let alone 8GB).

That there is no external storage is not entirely correct. You can use an USB OTG cable and connect normal USB flash drives.

This is of course much less convenient than having an SD card inserted into the device.

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RE[3]: And no micro-SD
by TemporalBeing on Tue 30th Oct 2012 17:38 in reply to "RE[2]: And no micro-SD"
TemporalBeing Member since:
2007-08-22

"No micro-SD? 16GB is pitiful if you there's no external storage (let alone 8GB).

That there is no external storage is not entirely correct. You can use an USB OTG cable and connect normal USB flash drives.

This is of course much less convenient than having an SD card inserted into the device.
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Well, considering you'd be able to change it - it would be more convenient as most that have the SD cards have them placed such that you have to power off the device to take them out or put them in. So they tend not to be extra storage so much as expandable storage to the limits of the device.

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RE[2]: And no micro-SD
by JAlexoid on Wed 31st Oct 2012 11:17 in reply to "RE: And no micro-SD"
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2009-05-19