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[Weekend Poll] Would The Loss Of An SD Card And Removable Battery Make You Less Likely To Buy A Galaxy Note 5?

While far from completely definite, strong rumors abound that the Galaxy Note 5 will not have a removable battery or an SD card slot. Given that the phone is suspected to essentially be a giant Galaxy S6 with a stylus, that makes sense.

What may not make sense is the continued allure of the Note series of devices if this is true, at least among you - people who read Android Police.

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SanDisk's 200GB MicroSD Cards Are Now On Sale For $239 At Amazon And $250 At Best Buy

How much storage do you really need in a smartphone? 32GB? 64GB? More? If you've got a microSD card slot and some extra cash, you can add a whopping 200GB to your device now that SanDisk's newest SD cards are on sale. The 200GB microSD card has an MSRP of $250, but it's a little cheaper in some places.

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T-Mobile Begins Selling The LG G4: $25 A Month Or $600 Outright, With a Free 128GB MicroSD Card

In the race to sell LG's latest flagship Android phone to Americans, T-Mobile wins by a nose. As promised, the carrier is now selling its own version of the G4 to customers. You can buy it outright on T-Mo's contract-free setup for $599.76, or split your payments into 24 monthly chunks of $24.99.

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[Update: It's Back] Deal Alert: 64GB PNY Turbo Performance MicroSD Card On Sale For $24.99 On Amazon

When built-in storage just isn't enough, you can always pop in a microSD card. Well, unless you have a Nexus 6... or the new Galaxy S6... or a Moto X... or—okay look, that's not the point. There are still some phones that support microSD cards and here's a 64GB card that's mega-cheap.

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[Deal Alert] Amazon Gold Box Offers SanDisk MicroSD Cards On The Cheap: 32GB For $12.99, 64GB For $24.99

The state of MicroSD card support for Android is kind of odd right now. Long-time expandable storage champion Samsung has decided to forego it for the latest flagships, the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, while its competitors at HTC and LG are including MicroSD card slots in their high-end phones.

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SanDisk Announces A Whopping 200GB MicroSD Card At MWC, Samsung Fans Weep And Gnash Teeth

The new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge have a lot going for them. But one thing that they don't have is MicroSD card slots... which is kind of a big deal, since removable storage has been a notable feature of almost every Samsung Android phone, ever. With impeccable timing, flash storage specialist SanDisk announced the world's largest MicroSD card on the same day.

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[Deal Alert] Lexar Flash Memory (Including MicroSD Cards) On Sale For Up To 50% Off With Today's Amazon Gold Box Deal

The venerable microSD card slot is not as common as it once was, but there are still phones that let you cram in a little more storage. You just need the card, and Lexar's versions are on mega-sale through Amazon's current Gold Box deal. You can get as much as 50% off a 16-64GB class 10 microSD if you act now.

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[Deal Alert] Up To 60% Off SanDisk Products Through Amazon Goldbox—Includes MicroSD Cards And USB OTG Drives

It's still pretty common for OEMs to make 16GB the default storage option in phones, but you don't always have to live with that. If there's a microSD card slot, you can dump a ton of data on it—you just need to buy one first. Luckily, Amazon Goldbox has some killer deals on SanDisk storage products today only.

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[Deal Alert] Woot Has A Refurbished SanDisk 64GB MicroSD Card For Just $24.99

We love us some cheap external storage here at Android Police, and today Amazon subsidiary Woot has a great deal on a jumbo-sized MicroSD card. The site is offering a 64GB SanDisk Ultra MicroSDXC card, refurbished, for $24.99. That's less than half the retail price of the new card, and a solid 35% off of Amazon's price.

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[Deal Alert] Amazon Gold Box Offers Great Deals On Transcend MicroSD Cards: 32GB $14, 64GB $29

There's a bitter divide in the world of Android hardware: those who love expandable storage and those who don't. (There are a few who are indifferent and level-headed, but they never seem to speak up in the comments section.) If you fall into the former category, head over to Amazon's Gold Box one-day deal page.

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