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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Turbo' started by ralphtt, Oct 28, 2014.
I'm not a power smartphone user at all . . . what would justify 64Mb vs 32Mb?
Nothing if you aren't an app hoarding, music downloading, photo taking, Steven Spielberg movie shooting, smartphone user.
However, No SDcard would make me get the 64GB over the 32GB any day.
I'm all in for 64
Resale value, look at 16gig iPhones....What was I thinking? Nobody would buy an iPhone.
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You guys are absolutely correct. That said . . . I kinda' like the red Droid Turbo and it's only available in 32 Mb right now. I'm getting along fine with my Razr Maxx with 16 Gb so wonder if I REALLY need 64 Mb?
I have no use for 64 gee bee's
32 will be more than enough for myself. Its all about how much storage you NEED and WANT
Resale value is what I'm thinking of too.. That said.. My 32 gig maxx has tons of storage left in it.. But i WANT 64
Seriously, after the rom, apps and data you could easily be down to 20gigs. Personal videos and photos can burn that up quick, not to mention any music.
You're otherwise spending $200 (contract) or $600 (retail)...why regret the purchase down the road because you don't have enough storage over $50?
With 4k video and a 21 megapixel camera.. If you use those features alot.. They'll use up space quickly..
Very good points. Don't do music now, but might want to some day. And I'd sure hate to run up against the 32 Mb problem 12 to 18 months down the road.
THANKS for the tip!
Both bring very pertinent points. Cost, performance, functionality, resale value would be the primary reasons to go 64gb. Color or wow factor would force you to 32gb.
I know OP meant GB but can you imagine a smartphone with 32MB? I'd die.
64GB all the way!