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  #2150822 26-Dec-2018 19:48
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sonyxperiageek: That's a great price! It would've been better with 128GB storage, but nevertheless, still pretty decent!

 

They're dual SIM or single SIM + micro SD so I don't see onboard storage really being an issue.

 

 


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  #2150826 26-Dec-2018 19:56
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sbiddle:

sonyxperiageek: That's a great price! It would've been better with 128GB storage, but nevertheless, still pretty decent!


They're dual SIM or single SIM + micro SD so I don't see onboard storage really being an issue.


 



Unless you install a fair amount of apps as I don't think many apps allow you to install direct to SD Card. Or even many apps that let you store just the data on the SD card, or if they do, having to go through every single app to tell it to move to the SD card.




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  #2150832 26-Dec-2018 20:13
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It looks like a great phone. There are some nice handsets out there on the fringe.
I've been using an LG G7 and found it to be great.
If I needed to replace it that Sony would get a serious look in.





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  #2150837 26-Dec-2018 20:22
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sonyxperiageek:
sbiddle:

 

sonyxperiageek: That's a great price! It would've been better with 128GB storage, but nevertheless, still pretty decent!

 

 

 

They're dual SIM or single SIM + micro SD so I don't see onboard storage really being an issue.

 

 

 

 

 



Unless you install a fair amount of apps as I don't think many apps allow you to install direct to SD Card. Or even many apps that let you store just the data on the SD card, or if they do, having to go through every single app to tell it to move to the SD card.

 

64GB is still a massive amount of storage though. I've just looked at my phone now with everything installed and have only hit 24GB used.

 

 

 

 


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  #2150974 27-Dec-2018 10:05
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Took a few updates to Oreo - 424.2MB, 259.6MB, 320.7MB, 357.8MB, 302.9MB and 301.4MB then a 1057.2MB update to Pie with version number 52.0.A.3.84 (November Security Updates) but I got there in the end :-)

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