dph.abu.shofwan, 21 Jul 2015again, with the expandable storage moniker. i wonder if the manufacturers are requiring tech-s... moreSupposedly that was addressed with Android 5.0. Stopping apps from being moved to the SD card was the dumbest thing they could have done, and I have no idea why it took so long to correct it.
I am dislike body round design from LG phone...I feel this design not stron and manly. I think if LG has body design round smaller or a litter will suitable more.
There's another new LG phone, Volt 2.
5 inch, 720 x 1280 pixels, 4g, 1.2Ghz QuadCore.
For 100$ the specs are quite good for a top tier brand like LG....except the display....it should have been a 720p one...
again, with the expandable storage moniker. i wonder if the manufacturers are requiring tech-sites to say that to keep their (manufacturers') reputation in tact.
we should just stop saying "expandable storage" when referring to an available memory card slot. the truth is, apps need the internal storage for installation. call it as it is:"limited storage" or "out of 8GB storage is limited to 3.5GB, but you can use the mem-card for your media files"
this MUST be highlighted at all times - it's the truth.
apps are getting bigger (think games) but manufacturers and OS creators are acting ignorant. even if you can install an app on the SD, part of it must remain in the internal memory. what more, you need to install it internally before you can even move it to the SD - hence the full storage requirement must be met first.
google and the manufacturers should be pressed hard to acknowledge and improve - maybe they should even be mocked so that they acknowledge.
kudos to Microsoft that allowed full app installation on the SD card.
shame on google and android manufacturers that produce phones with 8GB or less internal memory while not allowing full app installation on the SD card.
On metropcs and T Mobile its called the LG Leon on Cricket Wireless is call LG Risio