Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by JoshWisoff, Apr 11, 2010.
what size do you think they will include? the droid has a 16gb and the n1 comes with an 8gb.
Well, some trustworthy people on here have said it's coming with 8gb of onboard storage (NOT a microSD card). It does have a slot for microSD but since it's already coming with so much storage, it's possible it won't be sent with a card at all.
but it is also possible that we wont be able to save apps onto the phone itself.
how's that possible??
didnt that happen with the droid? that was why the card was needed?
I thought that there was like 256mb for apps or something on the Droid. The card was just for stuff that the user wanted to put on it for music, photos, and so forth. I don't think that it will be sent with a card since it already has the onboard memory. You can get microSD cards now though for cheap online. Just go hunting!
No, they just included the card as an added feature. No Android phones allow saving of apps to the SD cards.
i checked the UG and it wont come with a card. :-/
You'd think if there was 8 gig on board that the specs sheet in the owner's manual would have mentioned it.
Even though it says "sold separately" it could still potentially come with one. I'm pretty sure that the user's guide is written by the manufacturer, not the carrier. The carrier can still modify what comes with the phone. I'm almost positive that my Storm UG said that the card was sold separately, but it came with one. The Vodaphone version didn't.
Yeah it's doubtful, not to mention you don't want it to come with one. Not only would it be cheaper to get one in amazon, they'd get the slowest (cheapest) of it's size. I'd rather get one on my own that will be faster at writing.
I've looked at the user manual and other sites... I don't think it will come with one, but it's alright considering it has 8GB of onboard storage.
How is the SanDisk 16 GB Class 2 microSDHC? Is it worth the extra money for a Class 4 because it seems like that there are a lot of fail issues with this model.
I wouldn't buy sandisk period. They are overpriced and not anymore reliable.
then what do you think is the best i can get for $30?
Has there been documentation of that?
Don't 90% of people already have a memory card by now? I have an 8GB in my EnV Touch that barely gets used. I hate when they force those kind of things on you... I just end up selling it on eBay anyway.
yeah, i have one. it's a really bad 4 gig kingston one, though. i want to get a good one since im about to drop 250 for a new phone...
My Eris came with the Class 2 8gig which is extremely slow, my Dare however came with a Class 4 8gig and I could noticabley see pictures load much faster on the class 4.. I'll be getting a class 6 32gig when the incredible is released
good luck on finding one
How does the class effect the card?
Nevermind : It's amazing how much one can learn off of ebay. LOL
Anyone know what class card the droid came with? Just curious...
Yes, in the user manual. It says:
Also, on the specs page here, it lists 8 GB moviNAND storage, which is an embedded memory device made by Sandisk. This means that the 8 GB storage will be internal, and there is a separate SD expansion slot.
class 2 16gb
Really? are they not readily available?