Making 16gb work (LG G2)
Firstly, sorry if this is in the wrong place!
I'm seriously looking at the LG G2 as my next phone but keep coming back to the fact I'd be getting the 16gb version and the lack of SD support.
Just wanna get opinions on how easy or impractical things like cloud storage would be.
I'll have access to 4g network when I am out at work, WiFi at home and then whatever is available when out and about.
Got the standard 15gb allowance on Google drive and something like 28gb on drop box, neither of which are currently touched an awful lot.
Data plan will for either 10 or 20gb depending which I go for
First up, how I KNOW I currently use phone (nexus 4 got destroyed so currently sans-mobile)
.snap happy with the photos
.bit of music but not masses of it
.usual assortment of daily apps
.few games often small flash type thing, but sometimes big files
.various kindle books/PDFs etc
How I plan to use it going forward
.putting more music on the device than I would now
.using that camera more
.downloading movies over 4g (faster than my home BB)for viewing on big screen later
.using camcorder more (not some thing I do a lot historically)
.access to movies/TV shows when its quiet at work
Now, the 16gb nexus 4 did me alright but I'm thinking, higher res camera and shooting 1080p/60frames video, downloaded movies etc might shift the landscape a bit
Keeps making me think I'll just get a galaxy S4 for the micro SD but I do think the camera on the g2 is great and I like flashy new processors a lot.
So do you guys think the 16gb internal mixed with cloud services would be alright and effortless enough or just take the hit in CPU/GPU stats and camera and go with the galaxy s4 and a 64gb micro sd
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