Google seems to be killing the sd card. Do sd cards matter to you people? They matter to me a lot because whenever I get a new phone I can just swap my sd card on the new phone. Also because you can buy lets say a 16 GB phone and decide to upgrade the storage later on. Don't get me started on 128 GB phones. It's not that easy. I NEED to have my data on external storage. I'm constantly moving data to my computer from my phone. I think the usb data transfer method from phone to computer is pretty tedious. I also just think it's better to have data on external storage. There's endless reasons to why I prefer external storage. I was excited to get the Moto X 2014 but the fact that there's no sd card ruined my chances of getting it. I'd get an HTC One M8 because of the bootloader unlock and sd card but my dad already has the same phone and I don't want to collect two of the same phones in my collection after two years. I'd get a Samsung Galaxy S5 but there is no bootloader unlock exploit. I am definitely not getting an Apple device. Android is way better than iOS. Apparently there's a rumored Nexus 6 device. Its gonna be the same size as the Galaxy Note 4 and will come from Motorola. I hope it has an sd card or else I'm not buying it. I know why Google is killing sd cards too so don't get me started on that. I have a counterclaim for the reasons Google is killing the sd card. Google should just go the Microsoft way instead of trying to kill the sd card. Android has problems with sd card permissions, security and stuff. But Windows has never had external storage problems because Microsoft has a housed partition in Windows for external storage while keeping the file system untouched. Someone really needs to tell Google to do this: instead of killing the sd card, just make a housed partition in Android for the sd card like Microsoft does in Windows.That way the Android OS stays untouched and secure from vulnerabilities. So what do you people think? Comment your opinions on this thread. The phone Im gonna get is either the Galaxy S5 (if a bootloader unlock exploit is found) or an HTC One M8 if no exploit is found for the S5 by the time my contract ends in May 2015.