08-07-2010 10:52 PM
I was reading the specs for the Torch on the AT&T website and it states for memory:
512 MB RAM + 512 MB Flash + 4 GB Flash + 4 GB MicroSD---so does that mean that apps can be downloaded and stored on the 4 GB Flash or 4GB MicroSD? What does the different 4GB options do for me? I want this phone and want to make sure that memory WILL NOT be an issue like it is on the older phones....Blackerry BOLD 9000. Thank you!
08-10-2010 01:32 PM
Unfortunately phones are not able to store apps to the SD cards. Android is currently having the same issues. Frome what I have read/heard, the OS of the phone takes up less than 1/8th of the total internal memory, thus leaving plenty of room for contacts/calendar items/tasks/apps and whatever else (assuming your music/videos/pics stay on your SD card)
08-10-2010 02:25 PM
08-10-2010 02:33 PM
I agree completely. Unfortunately it seems to be a technological limitation at this point, they cant find a way to practically run programs stored on a removable card. Once someone figures it out, im sure everyone will adopt. But for the most part, it is run off a central location and just separated into partitions for organizational purposes. SD cards were put in later to allow users to free up some of their harddisk space.