Huawei Nexus 6P tipped to start at 32GB storage, go all the way up to 128GB

Users of flagship smartphones manufactured by companies like LG or Sony may not care very much what internal storage options the G4 or Xperia Z5 Premium provide, given they’re always at liberty to add a microSD card in the equation, but for Android purists, things are a lot more complicated.

Since the second ever Google-coordinated stock software effort, the 2010 Samsung-designed Nexus S, fans of the platform have been forced to get creative about stashing their data. The cloud is currently your best choice for saving whatever doesn’t fit locally on your Nexus handheld, which might inconvenience you hugely, especially as far as the 2013 N5 is concerned.

The LG-made 5-incher only features 16 gigs of space in an entry-level configuration, capping off at 32, while last year’s Motorola Nexus 6 lets you choose between 32 and 64GB. Before long, the latter’s oft-rumored sequel should considerably up the top-level ante, to 128GB, keeping the 32 and 64 variants around for folks on tighter budgets.

Needless to highlight the Huawei Nexus 6P is unlikely to turn the page to a new chapter for the device family, and all of a sudden enable microSD expansion, so digital hoarders will be over the moon about the 128GB introduction.

Obviously, nothing’s certain until Google says so on September 29, and alas, the LG Nexus 5X is still expected to take the modest, low-cost 16/32GB course of action.

Source: Android Police

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