Really? Then why get the latest and greatest android phone? If you don't use a lot of apps, then get a cheaper android phone. I certainly would. That's like buying a race car to drive in downtown Chicago. A waste of money.
Because I'm a tech fiend just like a lot of people on this forum. I just don't bog my devices down. We all use them differently.
Just remember that with the lack of "move to SD" option, the more important issue will be the internal memory. I am not going to get a 16gb S4. I'm waiting for a 32 or 64 gb phone, and I doubt I'll regret it. What's a few more weeks?
im so well honed with dealing with the original evo's small amount of memory i can deal with 16gb without any issues lol..
im actually curious as to how one would take their saved app info and throw it into the new phone since apps are no longer able to be put onto your sd card anways..do you start over with the same exact app from scratch..or is there a way to dump the saved info into the phone for that app itself?
Lack of move to sd? I just used the app apps2sd and moved 60 of my apps, so that shouldn't be an issue.
But thanks for the info about the batteries!