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  1. Stingrayracing

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    I have had the ballistic nylon 32G Turbo for a week now and really love the phone. Now that I have used it I wonder if I should exchange it for the 64G. With the larger file sizes for the photos and videos I wonder if they will eat up the 32G pretty fast. Are you getting the 32G or 64G and why? Any thoughts?
     

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    I got a 64.. For the 64
     
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    I got the 64GB. It is the only thing that makes sense to me. Two year contract. Highest resale value.

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    64G all the way!
     
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    Man, I've been stuck on 4G this whole time! ;) :rofl:

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    Ballistic nylon is way to slick in hand
     
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    Yep, I had the 32gb maxx and used over half in a year... 64 for only $50 more... Yes sir
     
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    I have the 32 in ballistic nylon. I didn't feel I needed the extra room
     
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    I have the 64gb. I was forever deleting files from my Droid Maxx. That's been my only complaint about Motorola in the last few years. No Micro SD card slot!
     
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    I got the 64. I paid full cash price and figured if I could cough up 700 I could find another 50. Honestly, I never had a problem with storage space on my 16GB S4.
     
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    If the Nexus 6 dose not show up on Verizon tomorrow I thing I am going to jump for a 64G Turbo. Had a chance to check one out yesterday. Nice! :)
     
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    I got the 36GB as my Verizon store was sold out of the 64GB.
     
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    Saw this post and decided to pull the trigger on the Turbo 64G. Like the old saying go big or go home right. lol :)
     
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    Dude with Cloud storage and other way to store files the 32g should be enough... That's the one I just brought yesterday.
     
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    For 50 bucks no reason not to get the 64
     
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    Does anyone know why the 64GB model has 11GB of storage for the OS and the 32GB has about 8GB for the OS?
     
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