Damn, was so eager for this phone to get released and now they announce it doesn't have sdcard support. Guess I'll have to extend my wait for buying a new phone for another 2-3 months.
bongers, 12 Dec 2012In many countries, using cloud storage via exorbitant data rates courtesy of greedy mobile ser... morehow hard is it to squeeze in an sd slot to at least add another 32 gb of storage? stupid marketing strategy. data rates are so pricey in the ph so most people go prepaid. sd lots shd be standard for smart phones. if this phone is less than P5000 ($100), maybe i'll buy it.
well the phone has great specs..
but.16gb internal without expandable memory card
and non-user replaceable battery..
why i didn't find "oppo" brand with all brands the site show it ?????????
folks,i got a htc one x and its display white color is horrible..iphone5 and galaxy s3 got bright eye catching white color on display..so is there any way i can make it on my hox.ir do u guys think oppo find 5 has got that kind of display.help me.
Question:Any SD card
Q:Removeable at least 3000mA powered battery
In many countries, using cloud storage via exorbitant data rates courtesy of greedy mobile service providers, is never a practical choice.
In these countries, You will find that your paying much more for data rates than your electricity and water bills.
So no, I cant see why these manufacturers are forcing us into
not having sd slots.
"The Find 5 will be sold in 16GB and 32GB capacities, priced at 2,998 Chinese yuan (about US$475) and 3,298 Chinese yuan (about US$523). Oh, those prices are non-contract prices."
i'm expecting all these 5"-1080p-2 GB RAM-quad-core-13 MPx-phablets to be cheap because, well, they all are the same and they'll HAVE TO lower their price to be best sellers.
Anonymous, 12 Dec 2012"We should all be using cloud storage anyway" - you little funny dictator:), what's ... moreHTC is doing the same.
HTC preferred we use cloud so they can slim manufacturing.
HTC One X sales showed we like the idea and didn't want microSD cards.
And it's great Nexus is following the trend HTC started. About getting costs low for manufacturing and helping HTC out.
Droided, 12 Dec 2012We should all be using cloud storage anyway. This is great news, and I hope it saves oppo m... more"We should all be using cloud storage anyway" - you little funny dictator:), what's the next step? we should all listen to..., we should all watch the...we should all eat...
Jamica, 12 Dec 2012Not as laggy as WP8 or Nokia phones especially Symbian. he he...u amuse me.android wid not even 64 cores and 64 gb ram or project super grease could match wp nokia in terms of speed of speed and performance...!
We should all be using cloud storage anyway.
This is great news, and I hope it saves oppo money in RAM, most uses wouldn't mind paying as if had 32GB anyway as the screen is more than worth it.
It's like helping out oppo as screen yields could be low so that's ok