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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by matttye, May 3, 2012.

  1. matttye

    matttye Android Expert
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  2. Vexione

    Vexione Lurker

    If that's the case (about $50-$100 more for the next higher storage version), wouldn't it be cheaper to to get the 16GB version and an SD expansion card?
  3. matttye

    matttye Android Expert
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    Yes. I think a lot of people would get the 64GB version AND a card though.
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  4. Shocky

    Shocky Android Expert

    If the 32GB or 64GB versions are
  5. matttye

    matttye Android Expert
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  6. TheSuper

    TheSuper Android Enthusiast

    Over 600 quid to pay for the SGS3 is a ridiculous amount of money! I really hope Samsung don't copy the rip-off prices Apple quote for their versions. How much does the 32GB HTC One X cost?

    Does the SGS3 64GB version come with a microSD card slot too?
  7. matttye

    matttye Android Expert
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    Yes, all versions have a microsd slot.
  8. zanza

    zanza Well-Known Member

    Apple can only get away with charging such high prices per GB because they don't allow SD cards. Samsung won't be able to (or doesn't want to) take the same path, in my opinion it will be much more reasonable priced.
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  9. matttye

    matttye Android Expert
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    Hope so :D

    Keep telling myself I should wait until it comes down in price, as it usually happens quite quickly with Android phones, but with the phone coming out the day before my birthday and the Carphone Warehouse offering
  10. JunBringer

    JunBringer Android Expert

    I'd like to do this for sure. Hopefully I get this option on the Note 2.
  11. The Driver

    The Driver Member

    [​IMG] 16Gb enough memory?

    My music collection alone is over 16Gb it's rapidly approaching 20Gb, that's without any videos that I have done or downloaded!

    16Gb would be of no consequence whatsoever!

    32Gb would be a minimum if I were to consider it + my 64Gb SDXC card.

    Sorry but the 64Gb version is the only realistic proposition for me, even then I would add my 64Gb SCXC card to it, to give me enough memory.
  12. Crafty

    Crafty Android Enthusiast

    Stopped in at CPW today. Was offered this as an upgrade on vodafone:
  13. XplosiV

    XplosiV Master X is Watching You

    Me & the mrs were anticipating paying
  14. Szadzik

    Szadzik Extreme Android User

    That is why it also supports uSD cards. Add a 64GB card to 16GB internal, and you will not have to worry about storage any time soon.
  15. NineToTheSky

    NineToTheSky Android Enthusiast

    And add the 50GB from Dropbox, and you can extend that time a bit more.
  16. System0

    System0 Member

    I use Dropbox every day to back up important files and the 50GB from Dropbox is a great offer that I'll certainly be taking advantage of. That being said, I don't think it really extends the storage of the device for everyone as you need a net connection in order to use it. It's not practical for storing movies and apps etc but it's a great way of backing up your photos online as most users don't need access to all their photos all the time (compared to say their music collection).
  17. mak916

    mak916 Android Expert

    Did anyone order the 64GB version? Is it even available yet?

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The Samsung Galaxy S3 release date was May 2012. Features and Specs include a 4.8" inch screen, 8MP camera, 1GB RAM, Exynos 4412 Quad processor, and 2100mAh battery.

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