Unfortunately, the percentage of us that will like to get a 32Gb or 64Gb, is so small that Sprint will not risk to get stuck with those phones. I wished they had a contract with Samsung to do a presale and then production of those phones, that way they can be sure that all the phones will be sold. How hard will be to do that.
I'm hoping that due to the lack luster sales of the S4, that Samsung and Sprint will make more of an effort to have multiple options available for the S5.
Hi Sarah, I can't do 16gb. I'm going to hold out for a bit to see if Sprint is going to offer a 32gb version of the S5. If they don't, then I will decide what I will do at that time.
Don't forget that KitKat interacts differently with sdcards and you don't have the same flexibility you did before KitKat. The internal storage is more important now more than ever.
This is getting frustrating. I need a phone with a replaceable battery and 32gb internal storage and expansion slot. Samsung is all that is left making these specs and it looks like I will be stuck indefinitely with my S3 since the Note is too bulky for me to use at work.
Like others on this forum, I am very disappointed that Sprint is not offering the Galaxy S5 with 32GB (or 64GB). This phone is the best Android made and those of us that want the best want a phone that is not memory-limited. As previously stated, the Android o/s and pre-installed applications consume around 7GB of internal memory, which is almost half of a 16GB. My current phone has a 32GB microSD card and I have not been able to install any more applications on it for almost two years. I would like a new phone with enough memory so I can install applications until the cows come home, on my premium phone without getting that nasty "insufficient memory" message that accompanies an aborted installation. I have no problem paying a bit more for the best, but I have a problem paying premium prices and getting second best.
So please, SprintCare, hear our requests and tell your purchasing agents to renegotiate their contracts with Samsung and get the 32GB and 64GB S5s in your inventory. Then maybe you'll stop losing your high-end buyers to competitors who understand their customers.
Just so everybody is in the same page... SAMSUNG will not produce a 64Gb S5. Also, davebcarlson, not sure why you have 2 yrs that you can't install any apps, is it because you filled your SD card up? If that's the case, I seriously doubt that you use all those apps, maybe some memory cleaning will do good (back up photos, videos, etc).
I have to say, after some cleaning up and moving all I could to SD card, I now still have 7Gb in my memory and about 8Gb left on my 32Gb SD card.
My 32GB microSD card is only 3/4 full. I use an application App2SD card that tells me when I can move an app from internal memory to the SD card, and I've moved every app that can be moved. Many apps (actually more often than not) can not be moved to the SD card (and I've never found a single app that can be installed initially on the SD card, rather I have to install it first to internal storage then move it, leaving a portion of it in internal storage.
I confess, I have an old phone, but it was the best phone available when I bought it three years ago. I buy the best product available at the time, because I find that keeps me satisfied longer than if I buy a lesser product. And I am also a tech junkie, I'm always looking for new apps. And the application designers are making more and more apps every day, apps that need more and more memory. So I want to "inflation proof" as much as possible my next phone purchase.
DJ_Damjano: I've installed and discarded more apps than I ever thought I'd see in my entire life, and now my phone has apps that I use every day, some apps I use once a week, some apps I use once a month, and some I use just a couple of times a year. For quite some time, I've had to uninstall what I'd call a "keeper app" before I could install and try out a new app. I don't want to have to do that a few months after I buy the next big thing! And with new apps being written that are bigger than ever (memory-wise), the more memory my phone has to begin with, the better.
And to Sarah @ SprintCare: thanks for the encouraging words. Any chance Sprint might officially announce future availability of the 32GB Galaxy S5 in the near term? I've been waiting to replace my smartphone for over a year. The only reason I didn't buy an S4 was that Sprint only offered the 16GB version. I'd buy the 32GB S5 from Sprint right now, were it available! My smartphone is 3 years old and I want a new toy!
I agree, 16gb is NOT enough. I just canceled my Galaxy S5 pre-order for the 16gb. I'm waiting for ..at LEAST 32gb. If Sprint doesn't offer the Galaxy S5 in 32gb, I'm not upgrading my phone with Sprint. Waste of money.
Just saw this on c|net, so maybe there's still hope...