Wow not as impressed as I thought I would be that is for sure. Voice mail on this really sucks. Also the software to copy from I tunes does not work
Raker, 30 Nov 2013nope you cant move apps to sd card. without rootingYes, you can move apps to the SD card on most Android phones. This is an option in the default Android "Settings". Then go to Application manager and tap on the application you want to move to the SD card.
Now SOME manufacturers on SOME of their versions of Android have toggled off the option to move applications to the SD card, so the option isn't available.
It's not Google who's disabled it in Android, but the manufacturers in customizing the Settings for their phones (unless it's on the Motorola phones, which of course is Google).
Raker, 30 Nov 2013nope you cant move apps to sd card. without rootingYou are wrong.
Yes , on the release day was as you said(because of Google Android). But later Samsung did update and you can "move apps to SD"
This- "move to SD" was taking out from Android by Google. And, may be, ONLY S4 have it back.
Buying a device from carrier is a stupid idea for me. I prefer wait for a while, have some patience, collect bucks and buy unlocked one. In which I have a freedom to use SIM of any network.
Miike Hunt, 29 Nov 2013Funny that in Europe that free is the norm...Since when is Europe a country?
Motivation, 30 Nov 2013This is 100% free? O.oIt's with 2 years contract. With this contract you pay much more than the real price, at the end. But the ppl in US don't have the habit to think much.
By the way in Europe this "free" phones , are normal thing , since years. Especially new operators fighting for market. But many ppl there prefer to pay real price(not subsidized) instead. It comes cheaper at the end.
Anonymous, 29 Nov 201316 GB is another lie. You only get 9 GB and something. All other companies list the storage the same way. Even your Apple.
Samsung gives you 64GB SD option , too. Plus "move apps to SD"
So , just shut up iboy.
Anonymous, 29 Nov 201316 GB is another lie. You only get 9 GB and something. Its not samsung's fault all smartphones and storage manufacturers are like that
Anonymous, 29 Nov 201316 GB is another lie. You only get 9 GB and something. How inteligent you really are? Some space is taken by OS, and 16GB converted in gigabytes is actually around 14.9GB
And how much per month is this two year contract?? I could most likely lease a car cheaper..
- click to read, 29 Nov 201316GB of onboard storage or the usual 9GB, with all the junk taking up space?The usual microSD card with up to 64gb storage, all free for your junk. Plus extra storage on the device. Win-win compared to all the "build-in and no microSD card but with 99999999999gb of cloud storage you can't access, ha".