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If anyone is thinking of buying the 8GB version of the Sony Xperia M4 Aqua, then we wanted to make you fully aware that the handset will be severely limited when it comes to internal storage. Whilst the handset is marketed as having 8GB of internal storage, the amount of free space you actually get out of the box is around 1.25GB.

We have the European E2303 retail model of the Xperia M4 Aqua, which is SIM free so should have less bloatware than carrier versions. It is running firmware build 26.1.A.1.100 and the screenshots you see below are straight out of the box without installing any new apps. You can see that out of 8GB of storage, 4GB is taken up by Android 5.0 and just over 2GB of pre-installed apps. For our model, this leaves a paltry 1.26GB for our own apps, media, photos and videos.

No problem you might say – just delete some unwanted apps. However, most of the apps are baked in and cannot be uninstalled. Below, you will see the apps sorted by size (out of the box), the largest being Facebook.

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If anyone is thinking of buying the 8GB version of the Sony Xperia M4 Aqua, then we wanted to make you fully aware that the handset will be severely limited when it comes to internal storage. Whilst the handset is marketed as having 8GB of internal storage, the amount of free space you actually get out of the box is around 1.25GB.

We have the European E2303 retail model of the Xperia M4 Aqua, which is SIM free so should have less bloatware than carrier versions. It is running firmware build 26.1.A.1.100 and the screenshots you see below are straight out of the box without installing any new apps. You can see that out of 8GB of storage, 4GB is taken up by Android 5.0 and just over 2GB of pre-installed apps. For our model, this leaves a paltry 1.26GB for our own apps, media, photos and videos.

No problem you might say – just delete some unwanted apps. However, most of the apps are baked in and cannot be uninstalled. Below, you will see the apps sorted by size (out of the box), the largest being Facebook.

The Nokia N1 is an Android -powered tablet developed by Nokia . Unveiled on 18 November 2014, it is Nokia's first mobile device since the sale of its original mobile phone business to Microsoft earlier in the year. [1] It was released in China on 7 January 2015.

The N1 was ultimately unveiled the next day at the Slush conference . [4] [5] While using Nokia's design, technology, and logo under license, Foxconn will be responsible for manufacturing, marketing, distribution, and technical support for the N1, and not Nokia. [4]

The N1 is the first tablet on the market to use the new reversible USB Type-C connector; although the new design is part of the updated USB 3.1 specification, the N1 only supports USB 2.0 speeds. In response to this regression, a Nokia spokesperson stated that "our partner didn’t have access to that kind of solution on the chipset that we’re building the device on. It’s just a pure question of having the availability. We believe that the reversible connector is an easier way, and of course the chipset from Intel is quite capable and we wanted to maximize the capability there, but the 3.1 USB capability was not available for this chipset at this time." [6]

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