I see that the Nexus S has the memory partitioned to 1GB for apps and an internal usb-memory of 15GB. 1. Why is that? 2. Why the need for partitions? 3. Is it possible to resize the partitions or is this two memory chips divided physically? 4. Is there any speed difference between these? 5. Would moving an app to the usb-memory slow things down? 6. If an app was moved to this memory, could I still run the program as a widget? At the moment I have a HTC Desire and the internal memory is so small that I cannot install flash. If HTC ship a new update I will have to delete some programs to have the space available for the update. I do have an external memory chip on the phone, but still... It is probably enough with 1GB on the Nexus S, but I would like to have all 16GB in one partition instead. comments?