Originally Posted by Brutuz
If they keep on this path and HTC stay around with a Phablet version of whatever their next flagship is, I'm definitely jumping ship...That is unless they go for no MicroSD card, never got that from a consumer point of view.
I wasn't aware HTC had released a Micro SD'd device recently
I used ot be quite fond of them, but then they went and removed the battery access and MicroSD. My battery on my S4 is crapping out on me and a warranty claim with Amazon will be a fairly smooth process. I'll have minimal downtime. And the S4 ships with 16GB (where I live) internal. Now, if Samsung weren't pricks, they'd open the bootloader so I could repartition my internal to be like the GT-i9505G (Google Edition) since I run that ROM... but alas.
I'd like a Nexus device with removable batteries and an sdcard slot, but I'd settle for 64GB storage and no battery. I got my S4 thinking I could turn it into a Nexus-like device with the Google Play ROM, but it missed the mark slightly (newer modems nerfed since I won't update to the Knox Bootloader, since I want my warranty on the hardware).