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Will I have enough space?

So, I have had a lot of problems with my Droid Incredible 2. I went in the store today and they said they would give me $75.00 towards a new phone if I traded mine in. I am looking at the iPhone 4 with 4gb, I am just concerned about not having enough space. Can I use the SD card from my Droid in my iPhone? Any help will be appreciated!

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Re: Will I have enough space?

The SD card will not work in the iphone. There is no slot for it.

I thought the smallest size of memory for the iphone was 8 GB.

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Re: Will I have enough space?

Ann154 is 100% correct, there is no 4 GB iPhone 4, the only iPhone that ever had 4 GB was the iPhone 1

Re: Will I have enough space?
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I love the iPhone 4s more then the 4. I don't know why but I like that the 4s now has 16 32 64 gig and I like the 16 because I don't always like taking apps and things off if I am getting close to full on the 8gig since your not really getting 8 your getting 5-6 gig. I like the new camera too and Siri us dictation so you don't have to type anything anymore. They generally update for like 3 yrs and the 4 has been out for awhile. For what your paying you should get a little more memory then you think because there so much you can do with it.

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How many GB's is your memory card? Since you can not add memory to an iPhone (as mentioned, no sd card slot available) then you may want to consider what your current memory available is and make your iPhone purchase based on that. If you need more than the memory that the iPhone 4 has then you can choose the 4s and get up to 64 GB. Of course, the price is higher but if space is your biggest concern and you don't like the idea of needing to manage your data (ie, deleting things periodically to have room to add more) then you would definitely want to go higher than the lowest GB available. Of course, if the idea of no sd card or space expansion is a deal breaker for you then you likely won't be happy with the iPhone in any capacity. You have just have to weigh your actual needs and consider the posibilities available to you...even if you go with the 8 GB.