- CrackBerry Genius
01-03-13, 05:44 PM #51
- 3,640 Posts
Right now we are just speculating on how things will work with bb10 and maybe there will be options for utilising the sd card with larger apps such as games storing their in-game media on the sd card and then the main part of the app on the flash memory as then you would avoid the need to do anything special with the sd card in order to avoid piracy since the full app would not be on there.
- 01-06-13, 12:19 PM #54
- 01-06-13, 12:54 PM #55
Still holding out for them to announce sprint is even getting the Z10. If they do I wouldn't be surprised to only see a 16gb version. But I'd be ok with this as I already use sd cards for my 9930. I'll just do the same with the Z10. Even if they had a 64gb version I'd never fit all my music and such on the onboard storage. SD cards for the win.
- 01-06-13, 02:34 PM #58
I've got about 100 apps on my 9900, and it only has what, 512mb's of app memory? I think I'll be fine with 16GB's.. other then apps and emails, I'll be taking some pictures with my BB10 phone, maybe keep a little music on it but I mostly stream music, and movies are kept on my 32GB playbook..
- 01-08-13, 01:47 PM #61
- 01-08-13, 01:49 PM #62
- 01-09-13, 08:30 PM #63
32GB is the required amount of internal storage for me. I have the 64GB microSD card now, but I need the space, I don't want to have to manage memory. Every time a new OS comes along and RIM has upgraded the storage on the device the apps grow in size and so does your desire to do more with the device. That said 9GB of actual useable space is insufficient, for me at least.
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