One of the key issues I have my (slightly ageing, but still useful) Google Nexus One is one of storage. Yes it has an SD card slot, but the problem I am having is with the onboard phone storage.
There is only 200MB of onboard storage and though many Android apps can be run off the SD Card, some of the key apps I use can’t.
I recently downloaded an update to the Google+ App that comes in at 10MB which immediately resulted in the Nexus One throwing a hissy fit. I was able to get that app moved to the SD card, so the phone calmed down.
What this actually means is that I can’t use the Google Nexus One in the way I would like, in trying different kinds of apps. This was never a problem on the iPhone where the onboard storage of 8GB or 16GB made it much easier to manage apps.
There is no way to upgrade the onboard storage from the 200MB, so for the moment there is very little I can do.
Does anyone know if this is still an issue with the newer Android phones?