(Posts: 278; Member since: 29 Mar 2014)
If I would have bought this, I would have chosen 256MB of RAM since I don't care about Firefox OS!! Chrome FTW.
(Posts: 3224; Member since: 16 Mar 2013)
I think its dumb to go down to 256mb of ram nowadays. No one will buy one with just that amount of ram. So why even try to setup your device to make it look like it only has 256mb of ram. If they would have went with a SD 400 quad core CPU, then I would have bought one. But as it stands a 854x480 display with only a dual core SD 200 CPU for 170 is not worth it. Especially when you can get a 1280x720 gorilla glass 3 display in a Moto G with a quad core CPU and 1gb of ram for less money.
Firefox if you want people to buy your hardware. Then do not make so much off the actual devices themselves. Look if Boost Mobile can sell a $59 Moto G off contract, then you guys should be dropping the price of your phones considerably.
(Posts: 808; Member since: 29 Oct 2013)
It has 1GB RAM. It can be reduced in software....
(Posts: 384; Member since: 17 Jan 2014)
That sounds like a great idea for developers. If I developed more software for a platform, it would be nice to know what kind of performance I can expect from my app at various levels of RAM, so that I can try to optimize my apps to perform well for a specific amount of RAM.
I wonder which platform will actually take off in the low end - Tizen, or Firefox OS? Seeing what they are doing for developers in the world of Firefox makes me hopeful that Firefox can compete with or exceed Tizen... especially if Samsung continues to waffle on releasing Tizen in the first place.
(Posts: 131; Member since: 23 Jul 2014)
When I can get the moto g? NO THANK YOU.
(Posts: 463; Member since: 23 Apr 2013)
In fact it is for developers so it is more expensive (I guess because of support).
(Posts: 1067; Member since: 06 Dec 2013)
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