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128GB version

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Would you buy a 128GB version for an extra £50/€60/$80 if it where available

  1. Of course

    49.4%
  2. No, too expensive

    7.3%
  3. No, don't need the extra storage

    43.3%
  1. tay92
    Ice Cream Sandwich Apr 30, 2014


    #81
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  2. yfan
    Honeycomb Apr 30, 2014

    yfan , Apr 30, 2014 :
    And you're foolish if you think that security of something locally is tougher to breach than something in a remote location. The cloud phobia is unfounded. In fact, anyone who steals or finds your phone can breach your local security; it is much more difficult to breach digital security. Somebody would have to guess your password, unless you're insinuating that the cloud providers are breaching their own privacy agreements and having individual employees look at what you have in your storage. In which case, again, it's unfounded cloud phobia.

    YOU are not talking about corruption. But the possibility of disk error and corruption - contrasted with the redundancy of cloud storage - is as much a part of the debate between cloud and local storage as is some fanatical view of "security."
     

    #82
  3. AndyG
    Froyo Apr 30, 2014

    AndyG , Apr 30, 2014 :
    H264 2160p30 is 10MB/S, that is about 1 and a quarter hours of video for 64 and double for 128
     

    #83
    yfan likes this.
  4. HD2kitkat
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 1, 2014

    HD2kitkat , May 1, 2014 :
    Do you have a source for these numbers? If true, even the 16 GB version might be good for about 15 minutes of 4K video (excluding other memory hogs). - OK for experimenting, but not for serious use.
     

    #84
  5. adamcdx
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 1, 2014

    adamcdx , May 1, 2014 :
    I prefer having a 512GB phone, 128 is to little, heck even 64GB is a hassle to store stuff in #NEVERSETTLE
     

    #85
    slope likes this.
  6. AngelArs
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 1, 2014

    AngelArs , May 1, 2014 :
    Your theoretical arguments are meaningless. Bottom line; If YOU want to give your data an umbilical cord to limitless strangers, then have at it. Most people have more common sense than that. You cannot convince me that cloud storage is safe, because it isn't. Imagine that.

    Only to someone who is blind. You keep trying to muddy the waters by talking about unrelated things. If you want to take the high risk of using cloud storage, then by all means do. It has no effect over my datas local security. Your cloud storage is very vulnerable to cyberattack. My local storage has no such issue. Businesses that store on the cloud also face legal liability. My local storage has no such issue. There is no cloud standardization. My local storage has no such issue. It seems your data isn't the only thing on the cloud, so is your dream of it being secure.

    http://www.businessnewsdaily.com/5215-dangers-cloud-computing.html
     

    #86
  7. iAmFish
    Eclair May 1, 2014


    #87
  8. riffraff81
    KitKat May 1, 2014

    riffraff81 , May 1, 2014 :
    i changed my mind. i would not buy a 128GB version for $400 because i just wouldn't need that much space. 64GB is plenty for me as i don't watch movies, don't watch porn, and don't download music in FLAC.
     

    #88
  9. GetMe1
    Froyo May 1, 2014

    GetMe1 , May 1, 2014 :
    64 GB is plenty enough for me. 128 GB might be more useful for tablets to store watch videos.
     

    #89
  10. hunmin
    Honeycomb May 1, 2014

    hunmin , May 1, 2014 :
    I think pricing for 128GB would be an important factor. Imagine IPhone selling a 128GB, probably it will be the same price as the Macbook.
     

    #90
  11. yfan
    Honeycomb May 1, 2014

    yfan , May 1, 2014 :
    Actually, I can't convince you that cloud storage is safe because you're too wrapped up in your own paranoid fantasy. But the relevant part is, no phone is about to launch with 128 GB of on boars storage. So in your case, you're free to spend $300 extra and get a phone with an SD slot.
     

    #91
  12. Vector
    Jelly Bean May 1, 2014


    #92
  13. jb313
    Eclair May 1, 2014

    jb313 , May 1, 2014 :
    Agreed
     

    #93
  14. 0utblast
    Jelly Bean May 1, 2014


    #94
  15. AndyG
    Froyo May 1, 2014

    AndyG , May 1, 2014 :
    A 128GB version would be more aimed at people who consume a lot of media or produce a lot of media with their phone, considering the one can shoot RAW photos (which I believe are 39MB each at 13MP) and 4K (10MB/second) or quarter realtime videos (Also about 10MB/second) or watch HD movies (2.5MB/second), If you don't do this then the 64GB version would be fine for you, maybe even the 16GB
     

    #95
    slope and HD2kitkat like this.
  16. Mnichols42
    Cupcake May 1, 2014

    Mnichols42 , May 1, 2014 :
    I think OTG and SD cards are quite old fashion. From somone who made the mistake of only getting a 64gb IPAD. I would love a phone with 128gb. In Fact 256GB seems more in line these days.
     

    #96
  17. NinoDolce1
    Gingerbread May 1, 2014

    NinoDolce1 , May 1, 2014 :
    For what? For porn? At the moment I don't think there is need for this...but I see many people obsessed with having a lot of space.
     

    #97
    riffraff81 likes this.
  18. palmaholic
    Ice Cream Sandwich May 1, 2014

    palmaholic , May 1, 2014 :
    64G should be enough. At some point of time or storage, it's good to do some cleansing.
     

    #98
  19. fermoreno148
    Honeycomb May 1, 2014

    fermoreno148 , May 1, 2014 :
    I know this is not exactly matching the theme but... I'd love an OPO with an storage of 32 GB. Would you?
     

    #99
  20. Smurf
    Gingerbread May 1, 2014

    Smurf , May 1, 2014 :
    I don't see the use behind a 128GB storage. I am a music fan as well but really 128GB? Addicted? use
    spotify!