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20th January 2014, 02:00 PM |#21  
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You mean it went up BY 3,4GB (meaning its 6.4gb now) or that it wen up to 3,4gb (meaning its 3gb now)?

I think it went up to 3.4 from 3. That's a fine sacrifice if there is a speed advantage. Now if it were really going to 6.4 then it wouldn't be worth it. You can't even add a card to the Moto G.

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20th January 2014, 05:24 PM |#22  
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Yes, I take its not compatible?

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Yes, I take its not compatible?

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Correct. Itīs in their release notes. Which noone reads of course
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You mean it went up BY 3,4GB (meaning its 6.4gb now) or that it wen up to 3,4gb (meaning its 3gb now)?

No,


it went from 3.gb to 3.4 around 400mb
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