Data Crash, 16 Nov 2017Only 128gb? That is so sad and so 2014. i have 512GB micro sd and will buy the 1TB soon. Too b... moreHey hey don't be like that. Maybe he has snapdragon phones. Snapdragon 410 that is. lol. He be like "Oh my phone is like the fastest quadcore b!@#es oh yeah" without actually having any knowledge of tech or how it works.
Anonymous, 16 Nov 2017Good luck transferring your 100 GB data over fastest internet connection of,64 kbps you have a... moreOnly 128gb? That is so sad and so 2014. i have 512GB micro sd and will buy the 1TB soon. Too bad it doesnt work on my Note 8 cause it can only hold up to 256GB micro sd. Oh wait? I have the 128GB version 6GB RAM. How does it feel to be so poor? Go play with your entry level, mediatek powered phones noob.
Anonymous, 16 Nov 2017Good luck transferring your 100 GB data over fastest internet connection of,64 kbps you have a... moreI have 10 mbps and I don't live in india lol. Like i said, it's not the fastest. But it's definitely faster than whatever 3rd world service you have lol.
Ravuh, 15 Nov 2017Unless I invented cloud and I have the fastest internet service provider, which is a 'no' for ... moreGood luck transferring your 100 GB data over fastest internet connection of,64 kbps you have at your place then. Might try Bluetooth for 1 Mbps or maybe 5 GHz wlan( I doubt you'll know what that is let alone have used it but still) . While I'll do it in seconds on my 128 GB SD card which cost me 40 bucks at nearby Walmart. I suppose you haven't seen that. Don't worry I'll show them to you some day
zodiacfml, 13 Nov 2017When will they have expandable storage. SighFor the sake of Back up. right? bruh. grab an Otg unit. back up to a USB. a USB is EXACTLY THE SAME like a SD card. but bigger. (in dimensions. an SD card weighs 3 grams, a USB is 12.
same storage options. and usually a USB is cheaper too.
DanishBeacon, 14 Nov 2017When i see how many people are making negative comments about some specs they don't understand... moreThis is true though. but how would you enforce such a law? would you need a "lisence" to have a smartphone or otherwise you will have a dumb one? please give examples.
Anonymous, 15 Nov 2017Nice third world insult, my dude. "Futuristic" gives me less freedom when I can just have ever... moreUnless I invented cloud and I have the fastest internet service provider, which is a 'no' for both, I'm not trying to impress anybody. Just not a whiner like most people here who needs to build their own phone. Like you buddy.
Ravuh, 15 Nov 2017I'd prefer mine with 128GB of no internal storage than 64B of internal with sd card slot of up... moreNice third world insult, my dude. "Futuristic" gives me less freedom when I can just have everything to myself which is just a lot easier. Get off your high horse for preferring using cloud services, you're not impressing anyone for it.
Anonymous, 15 Nov 2017I'd prefer have all of my files to myself and not having to pay a service to have a certain am... moreI'd prefer mine with 128GB of no internal storage than 64B of internal with sd card slot of up to 256GB. We all have our preference. Some futuristic. Some stuck in the past. Doesn't matter. Not everyone lives in india where the internet connection is slow.
Ravuh, 14 Nov 2017Yep. Cloud don't exist.I'd prefer have all of my files to myself and not having to pay a service to have a certain amount of storage. Cloud files also have risks of being leaked, companies monitor my files. A SD card is just a better overall alternative for backing up files and transferring files
When i see how many people are making negative comments about some specs they don't understand I would like to forbid usage og smartphones or any other digital tech to those computer analfabets!
KEKLER, 13 Nov 2017My OnePlus 5 also has 111Gb available out of 128Gb so it's nothing new. Out of 119 availabiel. because 128 GB in computation terms are 137,438,953,472 bytes in our counting system.
because 1073741824 bytes are really one GB. multiplication of this crazy number by 128 gives 137,438,953,472 bytes. which in conversion back to GB it's 128 GB as promise.
BUT in contrast: 128,000,000,000 bytes as promised in decimal system (because we humans think in decimal terms) are just 119 GB.
plus. it's GB. not Gb. 128 Gb means Gigibit. and since a bit is 8th of a byte. 128 Gb are just 16 GB (gigaBYTE)
Kiyasariin, 14 Nov 2017Let me explain something. how much is a gigabyte of the type YOU know? 1,000,000,000 bytes. r... moreExactly! (See my post earlier). This calculation is true even if you buy a PC HDD / SSD.
Gandalfdenvite, 13 Nov 2017Is Android so bad now that not even 16 Gb would be enough to run Android anymore? 128 - 16 = 1... moreLet me explain something.
how much is a gigabyte of the type YOU know? 1,000,000,000 bytes. right?
but a PC, and a smartphone. knows a different system called Binary. which takes: 1,073,741,824
Now. divide 1,000,000,000 in 1,073,741,824? how much you got? 0.93 roughly? awesome.
multiply THIS in 128? got about 119, splendid!
android by today's means takes 8 GB. so substract 8 from 119. and you got your 111 GB of storage.
it's not oneplus's problem. (And I don't have oneplus. been there. too crappy) it's just different points of view's issue.
Anonymous, 13 Nov 2017Java emulator crap.Not really. a Gigabyte in binary system is accounted for 1,073,741,824 bytes. since we humans are not accostumed to counting in multiplications of 2 but 10. the manufacturer DID promise 128 Gigabytes of 10x10^9 which are 1,000,000,000 Bytes, but. in the binary system 1,000,000,000 bytes are just 931 megabytes. (take a calculator and see for yourself. not kidding.)
so 0.931*128 does give us merely 119 GB. Android takes space of 8 GB nowdays. SO 119-8 does leave us with just 111 GB. this guy was right.
TL;DR- computers work in binaries, humans in decimal system. get your facts right goatdammit.
Anonymous, 14 Nov 2017Expandable storage is nice for backups in case something happens to your phone. A phone could ... moreThere is always cloud storage, and there are tons of it. But, then again, not all people like to store their files in the cloud, including me. So, yeah, expandable storage is nice. I have a phone with 32GB of internal storage with 23GB of real capacity, which is more than enough for me, I even barely fill up half of it, but I still insert a 32GB SD Card for all my files.
Ravuh, 13 Nov 2017128GB "when will they have expandable storage? sigh" 512GB "when will they have expandable st... moreExpandable storage is nice for backups in case something happens to your phone. A phone could have 1TB of storage but there's still a risk of losing it all if something happened.