If Verizon only offers the 16GB Nexus, is it a deal breaker?

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  1. alboboy10

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    If it performs to my expectations or better...yes I will get it
     
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    imma just say it is ridiculous for verizon to release a phone with only 16gb. i just cant see it happening.
     
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    Considering it's already listed and published as 32gb on VZW phone comparison charts I don't even know why this is a thread.

    EDIT: My apologies... I just read elsewhere that other sites are listing it as 16gb, that's ridiculous.
     
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    Yeah we're arguing for no reason.
     
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    what im scared about is that they will charge the 16gb model for $300. that should be the real discussion
     
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    have you been following verizon very long? :)
     
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    I won't be getting it if it's 16gigs only. I really want ICS, but sorry.. no.

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    if i was paying full retail $299.99 for it i would not get it also new contract with 2gb of data that would not be a smart move im getting it because of the deep discount i just got from verizon if it has 32 gb great deal.
     
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    agree, not a good deal at $299 for 16GB :blink:?
     
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    what is this deep discount? and how did you get it?
     
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    What makes people think Verizon will only offer it in 16GB? They offer the iPhone 4/4s in both capacities, 16 and 32.

    The 32GB model would just be more expensive, probably $349 with 2 year contract.
     
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    idk, I'd probably still get it. 16gb does feel like a little, but I'm one of those people that doesn't like to needlessly fill up the space on my phone. I have a 32gb card in my d3 and am only using a couple gb in it right now. On my internal 16gb, I really only fill the space with movies or tv shows that I watch on the train to and from work. But I don't leave everything on there. Once I'm done with a movie or a season of a show, I swap it out for other movies or tv. I don't really see the need to carry every song I own and every movie I own on my phone all the time. Its not like I can watch or listen to it all in any given day anyway. Google music has pretty much taken away the need for me to keep songs on my phone.

    Edit: It is a tough decision though because like everyone else here, I do like having the extra headroom just in case. Always better to have too much storage and not use it than to need extra storage and not have it.
     
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