10-16-2012, 04:58 PM #3HANDSET 1: Nokia Lumia 830, unlocked
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HANDSET 2: Nokia Lumia 635, unlocked (primary test phone)
HANDSET 3: Nokia Lumia 820, unlocked (secondary test phone)
HANDESETS NO LONGER IN USE: Samsung Omnia 7, unlocked
NETWORK 1 & 3: Tele2 Sweden
NETWORK 2: Comviq/Tele2 Sweden (pay as you go)
Tablet: Dell Venue 8 Pro
- 10-19-2012, 04:54 PM #6
Wow. These are some serious media demands ya'll have!!
Such is the wonder of expandable storage. Even though I only load music and some pod casts and the 16 GB of memory is tons for me, I love the idea of moving the storage around. I have to admit it is a huge advantage.Thesaurus: (noun)- An ancient reptile with an excellent vocabulary.
10-27-2012, 07:35 PM #7
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My total is 71GB of memory....can I use that much...yes with movis, music, games, Pic's you bet I can!
I have 20GB total right now with my LG iQ...and its full all the time...71GB of memory is my sweet spot for me this time for the next 3 years of my phone life.;)
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- 11-05-2012, 09:25 PM #8
This is one of the reasons I am thinking about getting this phone....More memory !XV6700(Apache)>XV6800->HTC Touch Pro 2(XV6875) ->HTC Trophy ->VZW HTC 8X ->Nokia Lumia 928 -> Nokia Lumia ICON (929)
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- 12-01-2012, 09:33 AM #11
we don't even know when the phone will come out let alone on what carrier.
ATT got the lowest customer satisfaction in a recent survey. ****, Sprint was higher. THAT tells you something.
I wonder what the Odyssey will be like on VZW.
As a ATT customer I agree it isn't a great service
- 12-01-2012, 07:45 PM #12
I think we can live in the cloud only as far as our data plans allow or live in WIFI strictly to access our files. Some of us are lucky with unlimited data plans but truly some of those are not unlimited according to the carriers.
I think the more we use our phones as computers, the more people will want their media with them. Skydrive works great with text files or the odd photo, but if I was at someones home and reception is weak, forget about showing a video or playing music for hours. Some people I know don't have wifi or don't know how to use it all from their home ISP. I think Samsung has done a nice job offering us a phone with expandable memory storage.
- 12-11-2012, 08:03 AM #13
- 12-11-2012, 09:16 AM #14
Cloud is nice and all but when traveling you often have weak or no data access. If this 8x had a microSD-xc I would definitely hold on to it (demo phone from tmo rep). I'm expecting to switch to vzw ativ instead though.
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12-15-2012, 12:50 PM #16
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- 01-03-2013, 06:17 AM #17
the OS is on the inbuilt memory so you loose around 3gig of onboard storage. also at the moment ( could just be my device ? ) you can't store documents on the SD card, the phone only has a document folder on the internal storage and i can't copy anything ( or delete on the SD card installed in the phone itself via a PC and USB lead ) the documents folder i created on the SD card using the USB connection.
- 01-03-2013, 11:48 AM #18
- 01-03-2013, 04:12 PM #19
i'm no great music expert, but i was listening to some of my MP3's over bluetooth using a sonyericsson HBH-DS970 and the sounded ok, i'm not sure what the people not happy are going on about??
a real gripe i have, as i use MS Excel for a some large files ( 23 columns x 3000+ rows ) is the autofilter function when searching by cell content. you can apply multiple filters, but unlike the desktop which only shows options in the next column that apply to the entries left after the first filter has been applied, the version in 365 on the phone shoes every option for every column regardless of what rows the previous filter (s) on previous column (s) have filtered out!! not very good at all.
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