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Do you own a Galaxy S10+ with a terabyte of storage? Perhaps you would like to double that storage with a SanDisk microSD card.
Samsung has just announced the beginning of production for its new 1TB smartphone storage solution, which will likely be featured in the Galaxy S10.
It's been one week since people started looking at the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. And if they had to opt for one or another, they're going all Max.
In addition to a name change and "smarter" storage amount options, there are also a few freebies Google wants to toss to consumers.
The company is officially bringing its latest flagship Android smartphone some more storage to sweeten up any potential customers who need up to 256GB of space.
But the question now is if the carrier will sell those variants to its customers? Will others? Or are these big phones destined just for the unlocked market?
Nevermind the fact that too much can change within a year's time. The general themes this analyst hits tend to be believable here.
While some prospective Galaxy fans will be disappointed about the most standard of the offerings, those who can afford to buy above and beyond could be in for a treat.
Yes, this also applies to the iPhone 7 Plus, too. The (PRODUCT)RED color and the 256GB storage option are now both also gone.
It'll take a while yet before we have 2TB microSD cards to really push storage potentials on smartphones, but in the meantime, how about 400GB?
There's a rumor going around Weibo that Samsung and SK Hynix will provide 512GB storage disks for the iPhone 8, or the "iPhone Edition."
On a 16GB iPhone, the update freed up near 1GB of space. You'll probably get more out of it with a higher capacity disk. But will iOS 11 finish lighter?
It works on the big four major US carriers and their virtual operator counterparts and is a great mid-range option and a consumer's entry into Moto Mods.
If what is being reported is true, the Moto Z2 Play will have a bigger battery than the high-octane flagship — and even that phone had a power struggle.
Just be aware that Band 2 LTE won't be on-board and you'll be okay to go in most situations. You get double the usual amount of storage anyways.
The standard Honor 9 was made widely available in Europe with 4GB of RAM, but more RAM is on this one and it's in Italy and Switzerland.
Compulsive digital hoarders should be happy to hear Samsung reportedly plans to equip the Galaxy Note 8 with 64 and 128GB internal storage.
Apple is throwing its weight around by commanding a lot of production capacity for memory chips, leaving the competition in jitters.
A bunch of useful new options and features seem to be added to iOS 11 to easily save and free up internal storage whenever you might need that.
It's not surprising to hear Huawei P10 memory speed inconsistencies are caused by supply shortages, but the problem's "fix" is certainly disappointing.
Critics across social media are inferring from benchmarks and other evidence that Huawei is using different grades of RAM and flash storage chips.
By one count, the regular Galaxy S8 will cost $325 to manufacture, $70 more than the S7. But if what we're hearing is true, why not raise prices?
If your otaku tendencies have you straining your eyes at digital manga on a bright screen at night, perhaps you might get this e-reader shuttled to you.