I am currently the owner of an HTC Desire which I have loved for the last 20 months. However, as most people on these forums will no doubt be aware, the space on board the Desire (for apps or anything else for that matter) was extremely limited and this was its major negative point. For the last few months I've had to be very careful what I put on my phone and every night I run an app cache cleaner to clear out space, but even so I'm down to my last 35 MB. I know some people are even lower than that, but I made a decision not to get too low in case it impacted the phone's performance. But of course I've had to say no to a number of apps that otherwise I'd have downloaded. I'm now at a point where very soon I'll be able to upgrade my phone and this time I'm determined not to allow myself to get into the same problem of compromised space as before. My next phone will probably be either the One X or the Galaxy S III. However yesterday I came across some comparative statistics on Android phones on another site and was a little bit alarmed at what appears to be a limit on the One X on space for apps. Whilst the phone has 32 GB on board it seems that only 1758 MB (1.7 GB) of these are available for apps. To be fair, the Desire (according to the graphic in question) only had 98 MB for apps, and most other phones in the market today seem to be similarly limited. So for example, Galaxy S II - 1935 MB, Galaxy Note - 1920 MB, Experia S - 1801 MB, One S - 2012 MB, RAZR - 3699 MB. There are 2 exceptions to this rule. The Galaxy Nexus which has a whopping 12981 MB and the new Galaxy S III which has 10712 MB. The reason for this is that these 2 phones have a common partition for apps and user data. Because I've always had to be frugal with my apps I really don't have much feel for space. So my big question is - IS 1.7 GB ON THE ONE X ENOUGH FOR APPS? I guess it might be a little early to ask, since the phone has only been out a couple of months, but I'd be interested to hear people's experiences. If it's an issue it will become a major factor in making my decision when I upgrade.