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Motorola Debuts 64GB Moto X

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More Memory But Still Not Equal to a MicroSD Card

Snapper314

Jun 9, 2014, 2:31 PM
So for $50 more, they increased the built in memory to 64GB. Which probably means that about 58GB will be available to the customer.

And this is better then a 64GB microSD card that costs less then $40 how?!? 🙄

Pathetic.

Motorola seems to be the last phone manufacturer that hasn't realized customers WANT phones that support microSD cards!
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bluecoyote

Jun 9, 2014, 2:41 PM
That 64GB can be used for system caching and applications.

So it's better. Significantly.
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T Bone

Jun 9, 2014, 6:11 PM
Having an SD card slot is always going to be better than not having one.
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johnhr2

Jun 9, 2014, 9:55 PM
Phone without a SD card support is like a computer without USB ports.
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bluecoyote

Jun 9, 2014, 11:11 PM
Sure, all things being equal. But a 64GB Internal phone > a 16GB Internal Phone with a MicroSD slot.
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johnhr2

Jun 10, 2014, 1:05 PM
How is a 16 GB Internal phone with SD slot (I could put 120 GB SD card in) better than a 64 GB no sd slot phone?

Its like saying a 120 SSD internal computer with No USB is better than a 60 SSD internal computer with USB because its not.

For some people it is better but the pros of having a SD slot far outweigh just having high internal storage. Like transferring stuff from computer to phone or vice versa or with other ppl.
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Jellz

Jun 10, 2014, 12:25 AM
Second to last. Still Apple. Nokia doesn't put microSD cards in all their phones. Neither does HTC.

The Moto E also supports a microSD card.
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DarkStar

Jun 10, 2014, 5:56 PM
SD cards are slow and unreliable. I have had many just stop working and countless customers who have had the same problem. You also can't use burst mode on an SD card.

Why would someone need more than 64 GB anyways?
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