Loving my new HTC One S, however I'm a bit confused as to the true availability of the supposed 16GB storage.
See the attached screenshot, however my phone shows the following:
Total space: 2.21GB
Total space: 9.93GB
to me that adds up to only just over 12GB. Where has the rest gone? I understood that the 16GB was on top of the operating system.
Regardless of the answer to the above, i'm also concerned about what seems the partitioning of the space between "internal storage" available for the install of apps, and "phone storage" which I presume is for media (photos, music etc.)
Device(s): Samsung Galaxy S3, HTC One S, iPhone 5s, Nook HD+, Nook Color
Carrier: Verizon and T-Mobile
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Originally Posted by Harry2
Are you afraid that 2.11GB aren't enough for all apps on the phone?
2GB should be plenty for apps considering you really only need apps that can't be moved to the SD card (system apps, apps where you have a widget, no app2sd support, etc.) put on that internal memory partition.
Since it's all one memory chip, access time shouldn't be slower like it might be with an external SD card.
That all make sense?
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