Friday, 17 May 2013

Samsung promises of free storage on the Galaxy S4



The range of preinstalled software on the Galaxy S4 occupies nearly half of the 16 GB of storage. Samsung has promised to find a solution to reduce this footprint. Hailed for its performance, the quality of its 5-inch display and the battery life of 2600 mAh, Galaxy S4 was hand pinned to the interest and even the usefulness of the set of preinstalled software that offers. But its pre loaded software which occupy a large part of the memory storage device. In England, an analysis by BBC Watchdog has indeed revealed that S4 16GB had only 9 GB free. At first, the Korean company had minimized this problem by referring to the possibility of using an external memory card. Probably concerned with pictures, but they finally changed their mind. In a statement to The Inquirer, a spokesman for Samsung said that a solution would be found to free up storage space. A future update will show what changes are made in the range of S4 software.

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