When you own a smartphone, chances are that you are increasingly using it to take pictures and videos - at parties, weddings, graduations, social events, on vacation, etc. The more our phone is able to do the more we do with them, whether that's taking high-resolution photos and video, playing intensive games or just downloading apps. It's easy to run low on space even if the phone comes with 16 or 32GB of ROM, this does beg the major question, where do you store your phone content?
At present days various options to store our Phone content:
1. Mi Cloud:
Mi Cloud lets you access your photos, contacts, messages, call logs and more from anywhere. With 5 GB of free storage and more powerful features, Mi Cloud seamlessly syncs all content on your Phone.
2. Google Photos:
Google Photos is integrated into the Photos app on your Android device and offers unlimited storage of photos.
3. SD Card:
You may also move apps and media images to external SDcard.
Someones may back up photos and videos on laptops or home PC and then delete them from the phone.
It is a file hosting service that offers cloud storage, file synchronization, personal cloud, and client software. Dropbox Basic users are given 2 GB of free storage space.
It's an image hosting and video hosting website and web services suite. You may upload your photos and videos there to move from your phone.
At the end of the day you want to have enough space in your phone to take more selfies, play high graphic games & download songs. Let us know your choice when it comes to storing you phone content!
Where do you store your phone's content?
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