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Oneplus 7t using 27gb of system storage

  1. B_Wrath
    Marshmallow Oct 14, 2019

    B_Wrath , Oct 14, 2019 :
    Can you post the storage page screenshot?
     

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  2. E1510854199402
    Froyo Oct 14, 2019

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  3. Duquesne_
    Froyo Oct 14, 2019

    Duquesne_ , Oct 14, 2019 :
    mine takes 30GB(!!) on my 7T pro. Not sure why the system takes up this much space.
     

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  4. E1510854199402
    Froyo Oct 14, 2019

    E1510854199402 , Oct 14, 2019 :
    At least you have 256gb storage on the pro, i don't have much free space left stuck on 128gb !
     

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  5. Neelavar Sumanth
    Gingerbread Oct 15, 2019

    Neelavar Sumanth , via OnePlus 7T Pro , Oct 15, 2019 :
    Anyone here cared to ask a Pixel 2 or 3 device owner about how much does their device's system consumes Flash Storage? I mean Google can't afford to push a 20~30 GB Update on a Pixel 2 which has 64GB of storage. I'm guessing that the optimizations done by Oneplus to make the UX better is the Reason.I mean , did anyone Cry about storage when Oneplus 7 launched because its system took more space . Also the Software is still Kind of Grey , let it Age a bit & a few updates this shouldn't be that big of an issue
     

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  6. bob_bastos
    Eclair Oct 15, 2019

    bob_bastos , Oct 15, 2019 :
    Hi. On my Pixel 3 xl Android 10 is 11GB (up to date).
     

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  7. Neelavar Sumanth
    Gingerbread Oct 15, 2019

    Neelavar Sumanth , via OnePlus 7T Pro , Oct 15, 2019 :
    Then its clear , Smooth Experience of 7T device's comes at the cost of Storage space . Even the 1+7 on Android 10 takes up 12GB .
     

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  8. rameshshreyas
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 15, 2019

    rameshshreyas , Oct 15, 2019 :
    Yes, It was around 26-28GB out of the box.
     

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  9. bob_bastos
    Eclair Oct 15, 2019

    bob_bastos , Oct 15, 2019 :
    27GB system is really massive. That's weird.
    27GB.... Greedy OS. On a 128GB device that's rude. Something to consider as unfortunately only this storage available in UK (no clue why by the way).
     

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  10. E1510854199402
    Froyo Oct 15, 2019

    E1510854199402 , Oct 15, 2019 :
    I emailed oneplus support and got this reply regarding the large system storage.

    Strange answer ?

    As the OnePlus 7T is not for a sale now. However to answer your query I would like to inform you that we have 8 GB RAM + 128 GB Storage. I would like to inform you that there are various other apps that are available with OnePlus 7T. The rest of the space is available for your purpose. Also, I would like to keep you informed that you can also store your data on google drive, wherein you can access your data across all the devices.
     

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  11. Neelavar Sumanth
    Gingerbread Oct 15, 2019

    Neelavar Sumanth , via OnePlus 7T Pro , Oct 15, 2019 :
    Compare the 1+7 & 1+7T .
    60Hz 90Hz
    Dual cam Triple cam
    Dash Charge Warp charge 30T


    Camera Software everyone knows it can't be much , ~ 1 GB max

    Dash charge to Warp Charge as per Oneplus is an update in the battery Tech

    Left out is Screen . since Screen is the input Source . & Oneplus stated that they Optimized a boat load of Animations For Fluid Display devices.

    Screen gestures, Theme Support , A lot of UI Customizations ,

    if you dig a little deep you can find even more . I don't remember all of them right now

    my best guess is on the Screen Animations
     

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  13. bob_bastos
    Eclair Oct 15, 2019

    bob_bastos , Oct 15, 2019 :
    Would be more relevant to check a oneplus 7pro (not T). Most of techs of 7t were already there (90Hz display, triple cam, wrap charge). It was Android pie at release. If pie OS was around 12GB it means the extra size on 7t is not hardware related. And to be complete get the OS size on 7 pro after upgrade to Android 10.
    All that as far as I am concerned, I have none of these devices but just never seen such OS size on any smartphone.
     

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  14. Neelavar Sumanth
    Gingerbread Oct 15, 2019

    Neelavar Sumanth , via OnePlus 7T Pro , Oct 15, 2019 :
    OS Size

    1+7 - 12GB (Android 10.0)
    1+7 Pro - 14GB (Android 9.0)

    1+7T - 28GB
    1+7T Pro - 28GB
     

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  15. bob_bastos
    Eclair Oct 16, 2019

    bob_bastos , Oct 16, 2019 :
    Hi. OS size for 7 pro makes sense. Meaning that there is absolutely no need for 28GB to run this hardware. Android 10 on 7 pro is a beta with probably correct value. Both 7T present this surprising size and they run Android 10 out of the box, which is different implementation from beta. OOS on the 7T are probably not 28G, must be a miscalculation or something like that. If you want to go further use available apps to have another infos on partitions size, the ideal would be to go in detail on partitions and blocks size through command line.
    In case report it as a bug.
     

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  16. nsk1970
    Donut Oct 16, 2019


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  17. anastashs
    Cupcake Oct 16, 2019

    anastashs , Oct 16, 2019 :
    Any idea whether the 7T (non PRO) will be available in 256GB in Europe?
    In India they've got that option (128 or 256). Why 1+ chose not to make available a 256 Storage variant in Europe?

    Thanks.
     

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  18. Pradyumnakv
    Cupcake Oct 16, 2019

    Pradyumnakv , Oct 16, 2019 :
    I too was shocked to see System files using up 29GB.. I posted on Twitter too for a response but haven't recieved any from OnePlus support. A friend who owns 7 Pro confirmed that Android 10 took only 12 GB on his device ‍♂️
     

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  19. Z1570215848526
    Donut Oct 16, 2019

    Z1570215848526 , Oct 16, 2019 :
    26gb on 7T.

    pie on mi a3 is huge too .. 19gb ..

    surprisingly 1+7pro 14gb on Q ...

    honor 8 pro pie 9.1 14gb as well.

    can these be a phone specific things?

    Absolutely weird in any case.

    (I have all these phones at my home , just checked to confirm :( )
     

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  20. iamEVB
    Cupcake Oct 18, 2019

    iamEVB , Oct 18, 2019 :
    mine too is really massive, 26gb...i'm thinking about reflashing the firmware...
     

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