how much memory 16GB or 32GB?General

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  1. sblantipodi

    sblantipodi Member

    I don't understood if it will be presented in 16GB flavour or in 32GB flavour or in both.

  2. rui-no-onna

    rui-no-onna Well-Known Member

    Both (ala-iPhone). Since there's no SD card slot, you're stuck with whatever internal storage size you choose.
  3. Sandroidfan

    Sandroidfan Well-Known Member

    I guess they will sell both 16Gb and 32Gb version at 199 and 299 like iPhones.
  4. BigRedNole

    BigRedNole Well-Known Member

    It is funny how they are pushing cloud but data is limited for some and rates apply. This is great for unlimited people. I feel sorry for those that have to pay for GBs.
  5. Wolfedude88

    Wolfedude88 Well-Known Member

    Maybe on all carriers but Verizon, the Verizon starting point for high end lte phones now start at 299. Hopefully it isn't the case for this phone.
  6. Sandroidfan

    Sandroidfan Well-Known Member

    Charge and Bionic have 32Gb memory (internal and sd combined) at 299. So based on that I guess 32Gb Nexus will be 299 and 16Gb Nexus will be 199 on verizon. iPhone4S is similar to this on verizon.
  7. myth90045

    myth90045 Well-Known Member

    Question: if i were to upgrade my line, do I have to pay the tiered pricing? even if I was grandfathered in? Ive been out of the phone buying game for a while.
  8. rushmore

    rushmore Well-Known Member

    With the 16gb you will have about 10gb and the 32gb you will have about 24gb for apps and media. Europe is only getting the 16gb version...... Do they have data caps there too? Cloud will be the main media source for that version.

    Which version will VZW get?
  9. WormDoes

    WormDoes Well-Known Member

    The only way you'll lose unlimited data is by changing your plan in any way. Whether it be adding more minutes to a family share or removing data from a line. Upgrading your device, either by using an available upgrade or buying off contract will not affect your plan.
  10. WormDoes

    WormDoes Well-Known Member

    I'd think they'd offer both, keyword think. That way the people who are used to owning/wanting a fruit phone will think this is a comparable device lol
  11. t4ckleb0x

    t4ckleb0x Well-Known Member

    I'm not sure that adding minutes to a family plan changes your data status. My family plan was recently upgraded in minutes, big talkers over here, and my unlimited data, or the 4 other lines unltd data hasn't changed. FWIR
    EXISTING CUSTOMERS- That current have the unlimited data WILL BE ABLE TO UPGRADE AND KEEP the unlimited data feature (No known end date on this as of this moment)---From a VZW email.​

    I think it is only new lines that are affected.
  12. wysts43

    wysts43 Well-Known Member

    I'm just curious how many people are moving to "the cloud" and relying less on internal storage? Me personally, I stream music using Rdio, and don't keep enough videos on my phone to make a big dent. there is no way that you can fill that much space with apps either (and if you do, then do some periodic cleanup for heavens sake!). The cloud and digital streaming is clearly the future, how many people are moving away from maintaining files on their phones..... Oh, and I cannot wait to go from my thunderbolt to the Nexus!
  13. WormDoes

    WormDoes Well-Known Member

    You could be right. I just remember when all this went down back in July Droid Life or another blog saying that as long as you kept your plan exactly the same as it was prior to the "tears" that you'd be fine. If you changed it at all you would no longer have a "grandfathered plan" because you changed it
  14. Homan13PSU

    Homan13PSU Well-Known Member

    I'm on an unlimited plan. Going with the 32 gig model.
  15. rushmore

    rushmore Well-Known Member

    Please consider that the 16gb version will have about 10gb free for apps and media and the 32gb version about 24gb. Seems that even cloud fans should avoid the 16gb version.
    DKYang likes this.

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