I really doubt that any microSD card could deliver such great performance in Androbench. And even if there were such microSD available on market, assembling it in mid/low-end device would be impossible because of price.
Phone: LG Nexus 5 Kernel: CM stock ROM: CyanogenMod 11 nightlies (4.4.2) Mods:optimized dalvik and bionic, OmniROM File Manager Previous phones: Nokia 6230 -> Sony Ericsson K700i -> Sony Ericsson K800i -> Original iPhone 8GB -> iPhone 3G 16GB -> iPhone 3GS 16GB -> Samsung Galaxy S II (GT-i9100) -> Samsung Galaxy S III (GT-i9300)
Tablet: ASUS Nexus 7 32GB 3G Kernel: CM stock ROM: CyanogenMod 11 nightlies (4.4.2)
It isn't true. The Moto G does not contain a hidden microSD card. The storage is an eMMC module that is soldered to the mainboard (this was incorrectly reported as an eMMC card which do not exist).
The rumors of the Moto G having a microSD card come from a German blog that saw a metal cover that was coincidentally the same shape and size as a microSD card and assumed that this meant that a card was hidden underneath. There isn't.
Wouldn't surprise me if all this was a big plan to drive more traffic to ArenaMobile. Clickbaiting basically.
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Well, so it is a good phone, I hope to have it soon, was what worried me.
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